Saints and Soldiers: The Void

2014, PG-13, 95 min. Directed by Ryan Little. Starring Adam Gregory, Bart Johnson, Matthew Meese, K. Danor Gerald, Talon G. Ackerman, Allan Groves.

Not reviewed at press time. In the waning days of World War II, a U.S. tank crew discovers a platoon of Germans, including three infamous Panzer tanks preparing to ambush Allied supply trucks. Since the crew's most experienced tank driver is a black man, the men are reluctant to put their fate in his hands.

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Saints and Soldiers: The Void, Ryan Little, Adam Gregory, Bart Johnson, Matthew Meese, K. Danor Gerald, Talon G. Ackerman, Allan Groves

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