22 July 2024
Civilian Captain of a ship looking concerned

Courage Is The Lifeline In World War II Thriller The Artic Convoy UK Trailer

Courage becomes their only lifeline, as Signature Entertainment release the UK Trailer for World War II survival thriller The Artic Convoy.

The film stars Tobias Santelmann, Anders Baasmo, Heidi Ruud Ellingsen, Preben Hodneland, and Adam Lundgren. The Artic Convoy (or Konvoi in Norwegian) is inspired by the true events of the 1942, an Norwegian naval success during World War II. The Germans at this point of the war where unstoppable, now invading Soviet Union. Civilian sailors become the only line of defence in the cruel artic sea against the might of a established navy fleet. The cargo ships delivering weapons to the allies.

We do enjoy the true inspirational stories and this one looks a good one, a David Versus Goliath story.

This Norwegian naval thriller demonstrates how resilience can triumph even in the greatest of adversities. 1942: Hitler’s war machine seems unstoppable. The Germans have invaded the Soviet Union and the situation looks dire. To prevent further losses, the Allies are forced to help. Convoys of civilian cargo ships filled to the brim with war material begin the perilous journey to Murmansk and Arkhangelsk. Caught at sea without defence or war experience, civilian sailors come face to face with the German superior force in the brutal arctic sea. Now courage becomes their only lifeline. Starring Tobias Santelmann (The Last Kingdom), Anders Baasmo (Kon-Tiki), Heidi Ruud Ellingsen (The Riot), Preben Hodneland (As I Fall), and Adam Lundgren (Blue Eyes), The Arctic Convoy is written by Christian Siebenherz (The Quake), Harald Rosenløw-Eeg (The Wave) and Lars Gudmestad (Headhunters) and directed by Henrik Martin Dahlsbakken (Returning Home).

The Arctic Convoy will be released in the UK and Ireland on Digital Platforms from 29th July.


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