Since time began, we have lived in the shadows of the moon and the blood of the earth. Today we will rise, and the world will be ours, beyond dark and light, beyond fire and water, beyond dusk and dawn.
I’m coming with a movie you must see, whether you like wwii or not. Into the white surprised me a lot and I was not expecting much considering the plot was simple. The fact the movie is inspired on true events improves it even more. A group of British and German soldiers find themselves stranded in the wilderness of Norway after an aircraft battle. Finding shelter in the same cabin, they realize the only way to survive the winter is to place the rules of war aside. Just as simple as that, the movie did not bored me in any moment. It shows us soldiers as people with all the good and bad. We see enemies as partners with a beautiful landscape behind. A story of survival and friendship. Recommendable.
Rodriguez: […] But this is an important scene because this is where you find out Kate’s been killed. And your reaction— it was cool watching this because I was like ‘I want to see how my scene came out since I wasn’t there,’ make sure I don’t have to go reshoot anything. But you did such a terrific job. Madison: I really love your reaction in this scene, DJ. Rodriguez: Yeah, it’s so great. Madison: Because I think it’s so sad that you left Kate on the side of the road, or while you gave her money, and then— DJ: Yeah. Madison: Now she’s dead. DJ: He feels responsible.
(Robert Rodriguez, Madison Davenport, and DJ Cotrona in the “Santa Sangre” DVD commentary )