The Bunker (2001 film)
|Directed by||Rob Green|
|Produced by||Daniel Figuero|
|Written by||Clive Dawson|
|Music by||Russell Currie|
|Editing by||Richard Milward|
|Distributed by||High Point Film and Television|
|Running time||95 minutes|
In late 1944, the remnants of a platoon of German Panzergrenadiers from the Großdeutschland Division are caught in an ambush by American troops. In their retreat, they find a bunker, manned by an old man (John Carlisle) and a young boy (Andrew-Lee Potts). Left to defend the bunker and presuming themselves surrounded by the US forces which ambushed them, they are left by Area Command "to wait until relieved".
As the night proceeds, strange tunnels are found beneath the bunker and the situation in the bunker becomes increasingly tense. Convinced that the enemy has worked their way into the tunnels, a terrible game of cat and mouse develops. Stalked by shadowy figures, it becomes increasingly unclear where their fantasies end and the danger begins.
As the paranoia builds up, Schenke (Andrew Tiernan), decides to take the cleansing of traitors and cowards upon himself.
|Jason Flemyng||Cpl. Josef Baumann|
|Andrew Tiernan||Cpl. Ernst Schenke|
|Christopher Fairbank||Sgt. Hans Heydrich|
|Simon Kunz||Lt. Michael Krupp|
|Andrew-Lee Potts||Pvt. Lorenz Neumann|
|John Carlisle||Pvt. Conrad Mirus|
|Eddie Marsan||Pfc. Rudolph Kreuzmann|
|Jack Davenport||Cpl. Reinhardt Ebert|
|Charley Boorman||Pfc. Oliver Franke|
|Nicholas Hamnett||Pvt. Hugo Engels|
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