About the film
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Release Date: February 15, 2002
|Slogan||:||«Beyond courage, beyond honor.»|
|Production Companies||:||David Foster Productions, Cheyenne Enterprises, David Ladd Films, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer|
|Producers||:||Deborah Aquila, Wolfgang Glattes, Wolfgang Glattes, David Foster, Stephen J. Eads, Arnold Rifkin, Gregory Hoblit, David Ladd, Jessica Horváthová, Patricia Graf, Janice F. Sperling, Andrea Pugner, Ondrej Slama, Veronika Horka, Jiri Krejcir, Michael Swafford, Vladimir Seiml, Peggy Rosson, Magda Chýlková, John T. Sweeney|
|Writers||:||Terry George, Billy Ray, John Katzenbach|
When Col. William McNamara is stripped of his freedom in a German POW camp, he's determined to keep on fighting even from behind enemy lines. Enlisting the help of a young lieutenant in a brilliant plot against his captors, McNamara risks everything on a mission to free his men and change the outcome of the war.