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Saints and Soldiers: The Void (2014)

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In Germany, May 1945, at the twilight of WWII, Sgt Jesse Owens, an African American faces discrimination typical of the times, as the predominately white members of his U.S. tank crew struggle to take orders from him despite his rank and expertise. As the crew discovers a platoon of Germans, including three infamous Panzer tanks, Owens and his men find a way to work together to save hundreds of lives in a desperate battle against the greatest odds they have ever faced.


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: August 15th, 2014 (Limited) by Purdie Distribution, Excel Entertainment Group
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for war violence and a brief epithet.
(Rating bulletin 2330, 7/9/2014)
Running Time: 95 minutes
Franchise: Saints and Soldiers
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Keywords: World War II, African-American, Bigotry
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Koan, Adam Abel
Production Countries: United States

Leading Cast

   Sgt. Jesse Owens
   Carey Simms

Supporting Cast

Matt Meese    Daniel
Michael Behrens    Rodney
Tim Shoemaker    John
Joel Bishop    Max
Bart Johnson    Derrick
Christoph Malzl    Stalag Commander
Ben Urie    Lt. Goss
Brenden Whitney    Pvt. Nelson

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Production and Technical Credits

Ryan Little    Screenwriter
Adam Abel    Producer
Ryan Little    Producer
Gil Aglaure    Executive Producer
Randy Beard    Executive Producer
Raymond S. Meldrum    Co-Producer
Burke Lewis    Editor
Rhett Lewis    Editor
Anna K. Findlay    Costume Designer
Christopher R. DeMuri    Production Designer
James Schafer    Composer
Jeff Johnson    Casting Director

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