In 1938, a British stockbroker visits Czechoslovakia and forms a plan to assist in the rescue of Jewish children before the onset of World War II, in an operation that came to be known as the Kindertransport.
Wracked by guilt for five decades for those he couldn’t save, in 1988 he gets to meet the children he saved – now adults.
The story of Nicholas Winton is now a major film starring Sir Anthony Hopkins.
The real incident featured in the film can be seen on YouTube.
A great look at the filming of Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny – keeping to the elements that made it such a hit from the over-the-top punch sound effects, the Wilhelm scream and de-aging Harrison Ford to his prime.
Bit annoying to learn that at least for now its digital-only streaming – hopefully Disney come to their senses for a Blu-Ray version.
You don’t need to be able to read music to appreciate this video.
Its cinematic run is coming to an end, but a great adventure. Good write-up here on the strengths of the final film.
Looking forward to getting the BluRay to finish the collection.
Another film I’m looking forward to – with Michael Caine too 😄
A site for answering the real important questions, like what computer did they use in that film?
There is a Commodore VIC-20 in John Wick 2 and a TI-99/4a in Defiance!
John Williams was the soundtrack of a generation of iconic films, and his collaboration with Lucas and Spielberg was outstanding.
Listening to the last Indiana Jones soundtrack – thanks for the memories.