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“Into the Storm”
Wayne Klein
Studio: HBO Home Video
Release Date:
Special Features:

Audio commentary, making of feat


The sequel to “The Gathering Storm” director Thaddeus Sullivan’s film takes us forward as the world falls into the abyss of World War II. As WWII takes its last dying breath Churchill (Brenda Gleeson) recalls some of his glorious moments during the war, its impact on his professional and personal life ultimately causing the unraveling of his marriage to his wife and biggest supporter Clemmie (Janet McTeer). ---

Image & Sound:

“Storm” looks as crystal clear as the aftermath of a big rain storm—HBO has done an exceptional job with the film. Colors are bold where they should be (and not when they shouldn’t be for example during key flashbacks) with terrific detail and clarity. *** Audio sounds extremely good with a solid

Special Features:

We get a revealing audio commentary from producer Frank Doegler and writer Hugh Whitemore. *** We also get a solid if unspectacular making of featurette with the cast and crew of the telefilm.

Final Words:

“Into the Storm” takes us forward in time as Churchill reflects on his victory during World War II and the professional/personal cost to him. As with the previous film, the performances are marvelous and the writing top notch highly recommended.


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