El día amanecerá


El día amanecerá
El día amanecerá
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Surely you have ever had talking points about the cinema. If you want to keep up to date and also have a good time, El día amanecerá is a movie you need to see.
The premiere of this wonderful film took place in theaters in the year 1942.
One of the points in favor of this film is how the cast (Hugh Williams, Griffith Jones, Deborah Kerr, Ralph Richardson, Francis L. Sullivan) does not work well individually, but they have managed to create a magical space together.

We can consider a film as a gear in which each piece contributes something different to the final product and that all of them have to fit perfectly so that there is no meaningless set of ideas. The direction of the film has to ensure that this situation is fulfilled and in this case, Harold French has been impeccable.
The characters evolve throughout 98 min. the film lasts.
One of the countries with the most films created in the history of cinema is United Kingdom and this film is one of them.

You can see a hard work on the part of Frank Owen, Anatole de Grunwald, Patrick Kirwan, Terence Rattigan that as a result a most sophisticated script has been obtained.
The production company in charge of carrying out the project has been General Film Distributors (GFD).
An important job is that of Richard Addinsell and his team who have managed to create a perfect soundtrack for the story they tell us.

You can see the good work of Bernard Knowles in the details of the light, the framing, the movements of the cameras and even in the position of the characters.
If we had to frame this film in a specific genre, that would be Thriller, Drama, Warlike.


Critics El día amanecerá

An interesting waving flag. So bad it's worth a look! British WWII flag wavers
Typical propaganda image. Sabotage in Norway. Made for a good cause, but not a good movie
More propaganda about the Norwegian Resistance. The British flag in wartime does not solidify. An excellent performance by a young Deborah Kerr
Norwegian Deborah Kerr mixes with a local Quisling and an English spy. Aside from the overuse of some archival footage, a poignant war movie. Solid piece of wartime entertainment
Interesting early role of Kerr
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