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  Another Mother's Son
  Kindness in conflict
  Another Mother's Son tells the true story of Louisa Gould, a largely unsung heroine of the Second World War. Under the rule of history's most evil regime, and abandoned by Churchill on the brink of the war, The Channel Islanders were the first to experience life under the Third Reich. Jersey became something of a prison island, where captured POW's (particularly from Russia) were bought and forced to build an Atlantic Wall, a huge concrete fortification to defend the islands from British counter attack. British citizens who were not born on the island were sent to Germany.

Louisa Gould, a simple shop keeper charged with delivering the dwindling rations to her undernourished community, learns that one of her sons has been killed in battle. At the same time a young POW escapes from the German prison camp, and Louisa feels compelled to look after him - a Russian POW. Despite her family's protests, she believes that this is the right thing to do and that "Any mother would do the same".

Bill Kenwright Films and Vertigo Releasing announce a Mother's Day weekend opening (24th March 2017) for ANOTHER MOTHER'S SON.
  Graeme Clark [26 Jan 2017 at 23:49]
     

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