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Another Mothers Son Trailer
See the new film based on true events during the occupation of the Channel Islands in World War Two
Based on the extraordinary true story of Louisa Gould, ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON is a tale of love, loyalty and betrayal set against against the backdrop of the Nazi occupation of the Channel Islands during the Second World War.
ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON was written by Louisa’s great niece Jenny Lecoat, who spent years researching the true life tale of how an unassuming widow and mother on the island of Jersey ended up a German prisoner; last seen by someone she loved in a chance meeting with her brother across the train tracks in Southern France, on her way to Ravensbruck concentration camp in Germany.
Directed for the big screen by Christopher Menaul (Summer in February, Killing Jesus), the film features Jenny Seagrove (Local Hero,The Guardian, A Shocking Accident) as Louisa and Julian Kostov (London Has Fallen, 24: Live Another Day) as Bill, the Russian fugitive from the slave labour camps set up by the Nazis on the island who she hides in plain sight among other Jersey inhabitants; a cavalier attitude that would end up being her undoing.
Starring alongside them are John Hannah (The Mummy, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Sliding Doors) as Arthur, Ronan Keating (Goddess, stage production of Once) as Harold, Amanda Abbington (Sherlock, Mr Selfridge) as Ivy, Susan Hampshire (Monarch of the Glen, The Forsyte Saga) as Elena and Nicholas Farrell (Chariots of Fire, Bloody Sunday) as De La Haye.
The film is in cinemas on Friday 24th March 2017.
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