When U.S. B-24 bomber pilot Clair Cline is shot down and captured in northern Germany, one war ends and another begins — to keep hope alive. Now behind Nazi barbed wire and oppression, Cline and his fellow POW’s must find a way to bond together to not just survive but transcend their captivity. Inspired by true events.
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