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BBC's hot new Nazi drama SS-GB will be aired in Germany

A gripping new BBC drama depicting London under the Nazi regime if we had lost World War II has been sold to Germany, according to a report in the Sunday Times.

The eagerly anticipated five-part adaptation of Len Deighton’s critically acclaimed novel SS-GB will be coming to UK screens on 19 February.

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Maleficent actor Sam Riley plays the lead role of DSI Douglas Archer of Scotland Yard in the series alongside Still Alice star Kate Bosworth, who plays a US journalist. Archer is employed by the SS but is also close to the British resistance movement.

He said: “Archer is a compelling and complex character. He is a good guy struggling to reconcile his job as a policeman within the repressive Nazi machine.”

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Its opening shots show British landmarks like Buckingham Palace bombed and draped in swastika flags. The king is in prison and Churchill has been assassinated.

The plot centres on Archer, while he follows up a routine murder case, he uncovers a secret underworld of British atomic weapons that are being pursued by the German military intelligent service, Abwehr.

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The Sunday Times reported BBC Worldwide will announce this week it has sold the series to RTL, the main commercial broadcaster in Germany. The series featuring two leading German actors, Rainer Bock and Lars Eidinger will be shown at the Berlin Film Festival this week.

In the past, BBC also sold popular comedy-farce series ‘Allo 'Allo, about Nazis in Occupied France, to Germany. And Fawlty Towers’ “Don’t mention the war” episodes from 1975, in which Basil Fawlty insults German guests with a wild goosestep and comments about World War II, was one of the series’ most popular episodes when it was finally screened in Germany in 1993.

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but then other times I think, what a pointless photo. It just will never compare to the emotion and connection a portrait, for example, can create.


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So I bought this thing a while back for a photography class and it was a pretty expensive thing that I only got like a semester’s use out of… I wanted to keep it because I had fun taking pictures but honestly I’ve already forgotten how to get ideal photos and I haven’t really felt the need to have anything more powerful than my iPhone for taking pics. I’m not a photographer! Haha.

So I’m looking to sell it! 

Things it comes with:

  • Sony A300 DSLR Camera
  • 18-55mm Lens w/ Lens Cap
  • Rechargeable Battery w/ Adapter 
  • USB cord for…………. something I can’t remember
  • Micro SD USB for devices without an SD slot
  • Carrying bag

I’m looking for something around $150-$170 for it all or under special circumstances, like if you’re a student who would love to use it for school or something special, I can discount it further! I bought it for around $200 with my own money, so hopefully I can make a little bit off of it haha. 

If you’re interested, please throw me an ask or an e-mail at pascall.trevino@gmail.com

I can ship anywhere in the US!