AKA Operation Disaster (US title)
Only one camera angle on a portion of a submarine model is used a couple of times in this movie based on a stage play about the sinking of a submarine. The first shot of the model the camera slowly zooms in, the last it slowly zooms out.
Monday, 9 November 2015
Morning Departure 1950
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