In Which We Serve

In Which We Serve

DVD - 2009
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The story of the British destroyer, HMS Torrin, from its construction in an English shipyard to its destruction off Crete during World War II, told in flashbacks by survivors as they cling to a life raft

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garycornell
Jan 17, 2015

"In Which We Serve" is dedicated to all those who served in the British Navy during World War II. It is about their sacrifice to their country and to their families. It will never be out of date because these men gave so much to keep the world free from the Nazi threat. They were courageous and I truly am glad to be reminded of their contribution to our present day freedoms.

kevfarley Oct 15, 2014

This film is 'slow', but can be richly rewarding when viewed as an inside look at the wartime British,.. through the eyes of this WW2 propaganda effort.

In beautiful B&W,...a history buffs delight.
(Compare it to Hollywood offerings during the same war !)

The 'bonus' interviews with Coward are also worthwhile.

aaa5756 Dec 05, 2013

This movie was entertaining and interesting but not one of my favorite for this year. Not too bad---good performance. I fast forwarded a lot but not all the way.

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jonnybroom
Nov 15, 2013

I enjoyed this very much. John Mills and a young Richard Attenborough give striking performances. Propaganda that's worth believing in.

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akirakato
Dec 18, 2012

This is a 1942 British patriotic war film directed by Noël Coward.
It was made during the Second World War with the assistance of the Ministry of Information.
So, apparently, it is a kinda propaganda film---especially at the last scene.
An incredible number of flashbacks come and go along with patriotic imagery of national unity.
Coward composed the film's music.
He also starred in the film as the ship's captain.
His name appears as its producer and writer, too.
What an amazing man!

voisjoe1 Oct 08, 2012

Noel Coward and David Lean were co-directors of this great portrait of WWII as experienced by British sailors and their families on the homefront. David Attenborough played a small uncredited part (his film debut) and so did Leslie Howard's voice. See if you can detect these two film giants.

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“National honor is the national property of the highest value.” -James Madison

aaa5756 Dec 05, 2013

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