The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society 12A

2hrs 3mins

WW2 may be over but the people of Guernsey still have their secrets about the German occupation...

Dir: Mike Newell  UK  2018  With: Lily James, Tom Courtenay

WW2 may be over but the people of Guernsey still have their secrets about the German occupation. A young writer is determined to tell their story despite the islanders resistance. A touching and romantic period drama.

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