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Previously only shown to a restricted audience of top military brass from the Ministry of Defence, Captured is a stunning Prisoner of War drama.
War 1959 64 mins
Director: John Krish
Never commercially released before and previously only shown to a restricted audience of top military brass from the Ministry of Defence, Captured is a stunning Prisoner of War drama. Directed by cult British director John Krish this tightly plotted drama shows British POWs enduring brainwashing and torture during the Korean War, thereby revealing what a soldier could expect if he was captured.
This title is also available on DVD / Blu-ray in the BFI’s Flipside collection.
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