The Wolf's Call

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The Wolf's Call

Postby SlatsSSN » 20 Jul 2019 19:25

French film about French SSN and SSBN boats. This is on Netflix if you have it, with English voice-over and English subtitles. Plot is pretty basic - the French are sucker-punched into ordering a nuke strike into Russia, the SSN has to hunt down the SSBN. Not a bad film and worth a watch. Good to see a contemporary sub film that isn't US-based for a change.

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Trailer in French here with English subtitles:
He who dies with the most toys, just can't take it with you.
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Re: The Wolf's Call

Postby Ahoythere » 21 Jul 2019 00:39

Watched this a couple days ago, I enjoyed it. Some nice footage of the subs. Worth a look.
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