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Miracle at St. Anna

Spike Lee's World War II film Miracle at St. Anna begins in 1983 with Hector Negron, a veteran of that war, unexpectedly shooting a customer dead. Police discover that the suspect, a quiet postal worker, kept a statue head worth millions of dollars in his apartment. An eager young reporter (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) interviews Negron in his cell about the mysterious artifact. While serving in the all-minority 92nd "Buffalo Soldier" Division, Negron and three comrades managed to sneak deep into enemy territory in Italy. One of the men, Sam Train (Omar Benson Miller), picked the head up while they were serving in Florence and believes it brings him good luck. Negron (Laz Alonso), Train, and Bishop Cummings (Michael Ealy), along with their sergeant, Aubrey Stamps (Derek Luke), take refuge in the Italian village of St. Anna, harbored by locals who are resisting the Nazis who themselves surround the area. Train also protects an injured Italian boy he discovers while investigating a seemingly abandoned dwelling. Eventually, the soldiers make contact with their superiors, and are ordered to capture a German so that he may be interrogated about an upcoming attack. Lee adapted Miracle at St. Anna from a novel by James McBride, who also penned the screenplay.

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  • "Miracle à Santa Anna"
  • "Miracle at Saint Anna"
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  • ""A gripping, big budge World War II epic focusing on the famous Buffalo Soliders - the US Army's all-black infantry division. Set behind enemy lines, in Tuscany, Italy, four soliders become separated from thier unit. They now have to depend on each other and the trust of the local villagers as the terrifying oncoming Nazi attack becomes a real treat to them all"--Container."
  • "Spike Lee's World War II film Miracle at St. Anna begins in 1983 with Hector Negron, a veteran of that war, unexpectedly shooting a customer dead. Police discover that the suspect, a quiet postal worker, kept a statue head worth millions of dollars in his apartment. An eager young reporter (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) interviews Negron in his cell about the mysterious artifact. While serving in the all-minority 92nd "Buffalo Soldier" Division, Negron and three comrades managed to sneak deep into enemy territory in Italy. One of the men, Sam Train (Omar Benson Miller), picked the head up while they were serving in Florence and believes it brings him good luck. Negron (Laz Alonso), Train, and Bishop Cummings (Michael Ealy), along with their sergeant, Aubrey Stamps (Derek Luke), take refuge in the Italian village of St. Anna, harbored by locals who are resisting the Nazis who themselves surround the area. Train also protects an injured Italian boy he discovers while investigating a seemingly abandoned dwelling. Eventually, the soldiers make contact with their superiors, and are ordered to capture a German so that he may be interrogated about an upcoming attack. Lee adapted Miracle at St. Anna from a novel by James McBride, who also penned the screenplay."@en
  • "Four black American soldiers, who are members of the U.S. Army's all-black 92nd 'Buffalo Soldier' division stationed in Italy during World War II, find themselves trapped behind enemy lines after they risk their lives to save a young Italian boy."@en
  • "Four black American soldiers, who are members of the U.S. Army's all-black 92nd 'Buffalo Soldier' division stationed in Italy during World War II, find themselves trapped behind enemy lines after they risk their lives to save a young Italian boy."
  • "Four members of the U.S. Army's all-black 92nd Infantry Division, Buffalo Soldiers, become separated from their unit and trapped behind enemy lines after one of the soldiers risks his life to save a small Italian boy traumatized by his surroundings. The men find themselves in a remote Tuscan village experiencing the tragedy and triumph of war."@en
  • "Spike Lee directs this World War Two epic from a screenplay adapted by James McBride from his own novel. Told in flashbacks over a 40-year period, the film chronicles events in World War Two Italy that eventually culminate in a seemingly random killing in 1983 New York City. In 1944, four black American soldiers and a shell-shocked Italian boy become stranded in the Tuscan village of Colognora after an offensive on German positions across the Serchio River goes disastrously wrong. But as the men become enmeshed in village life, i."@en
  • "En Toscane, durant la Deuxième Guerre mondiale, quatre soldats américains d'une unité composée exclusivement de Noirs se retrouvent isolés derrière les lignes ennemies après avoir sauvé un jeune garçon. [ACF]."
  • "August 1944. Follows four black soldiers of the all-black 92nd Infantry Division who get trapped near the small Tuscan village of Sant'Anna di Stazzema on the Gothic Line during the Italian Campaign of World War II. One of the men will risk his life to save an Italian boy who lives in the city where the Waffen-SS have massacred most of the citizens of the town in retaliation for Italian partisan activity. A sculpted head from the Ponte Santa Trinita in Florence is a focal point."
  • "August 1944. Follows four black soldiers of the all-black 92nd Infantry Division who get trapped near the small Tuscan village of Sant'Anna di Stazzema on the Gothic Line during the Italian Campaign of World War II. One of the men will risk his life to save an Italian boy who lives in the city where the Waffen-SS have massacred most of the citizens of the town in retaliation for Italian partisan activity. A sculpted head from the Ponte Santa Trinita in Florence is a focal point."@en
  • ""A gripping, big budget World War II epic focusing on the famous Buffalo Soliders - the US Army's all-black infantry division. Set behind enemy lines, in Tuscany, Italy, four soliders become separated from thier unit. They now have to depend on each other and the trust of the local villagers as the terrifying oncoming Nazi attack becomes a real threat to them all"--Container."

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  • "Miracle at st. anna"
  • "Miracle at St. Anna (Film cinématographique)"
  • "Miracle at St. Anna Miracle à Santa Anna"
  • "Miracle at St. Anna an incredible true story"
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