May 1940, the Second World War rages. The Nazis have surrounded the French harbor town of Dunkirk, and announce with leaflets their seemingly hopeless situation to the inhabitants and the soldiers stationed there. Because by the enemy troops on one side and the water on the other, there seems to be no chance to survive. In Great Britain, however, a bold rescue mission is being devised, of which only the few believe that it can be successful. Some daring and courageous men try to save their comrades. After all, almost 400,000 men are waiting for their help on the beaches near Dunkirk ...
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