Prisoners Of War DVD
January 1942 and the Japanese war machine thunders across South East Asia, in its path, on the island of New Britain (now Papua New Guinea), lies a tiny Catholic mission where a handful of nuns and Australian nurses take refuge with wounded Australian soldiers. Prisoners of War is inspired by the true story of two of these extraordinary women, Lorna Whyte, an army nurse, and sister Bernice Twohill, a Catholic nun. Although they were tow very different women, their friendship would survive the perilous events that followed. Adapted from wartime diaries and interviews with Lorna, Sister Bernice and others who witnessed these events, this is the incredible story of their captivity, their extraordinary courage and their will to survive.
|Aspect Ratio||1.77:1 (16:9)|
|Audio||English Dolby Digital 2.0|
|Case Type||Amaray Single|
|Cast||Claire van der Boom, Gerald Lepkowski, Sarah Snook, Susie Porter, Masa Yamaguchi|