Saints and Soldiers: The Void

by Go Films, Excel Entertainment

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Germany, May 1945, the twilight of World War II. On a final mission deep in the Harz mountains, a U.S. tank crew discovers a platoon of Germans, including three infamous Panzer tanks, preparing to ambush allied supply trucks.

Before the war, private Jesse Owens was a product of segregation and racial discrimination, forced by law to ride in the back of the bus and disenfranchised from the political process. As the Germans bear down on the Americans, Owens fights the Axis powers for a freedom he and his fellow African American soldiers have never felt.

With a deadly game of cat and mouse quickly unfolding, Owens and his predominantly white tank crew find themselves out-gunned and out-manned by the German Panzer tanks. Several in Owens's crew are reluctant to put their faith in a black tank driver despite their dire circumstances. With tension and fear beginning to manifest, Owens knows they must put aside their differences to stop the enemy from achieving their deadly plan. Knowing that a victory over the Nazis means a victory for racial justice, Owens and his men find a way to work together to save hundreds of lives in a desperate battle against the greatest odds they have ever faced.

Special Features

  • Audio Commentary
  • Danny Boy Music Video by Alex Boye
  • Roundtable Discussion with the Filmmakers and Actors
  • Exclusive World of Tanks Content
  • About the Authors

    Go Films

    Since its creation in 2002, Go Films has been the driving force behind the award-winning films Saints and Soldiers, Outlaw Trail, and Forever Strong. Co-founders Adam Abel and Ryan Little strive to create engaging entertainment. Based out of Utah, their projects benefit from the diverse scenery and the reputation their productions have established.

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    Excel Entertainment

    Excel Entertainment is the preeminent independent film distribution company in Utah, and though largely known for its Mormon-themed films (God’s Army, The Work & the Glory series, 17 Miracles, Pride & Prejudice, etc.), Excel has also had success releasing films with non-Mormon themes and stories (Forever Strong, Saints & Soldiers, etc.).

    Although the technology and means by which audiences consume films is changing rapidly, the demand for highly creative storytelling that motivates us to live up to the light that each of us has been given is as high as ever. We feel a deep obligation to not only bring stories of hope to the world, but to promote films with high standards of craftsmanship reflective of a belief in a divine and benevolent creator.

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    The Void
    By , Submitted on 2018-11-19

    This movie was well done. The production of it and the acting are pretty good. Since it is a war movie there are a couple intense moments and people do die, but it is not very bloody and Gorey like many other war movies. This movie is great because it shows many moments of compassion that are extended. I would recommend it for young adults and adults.

    Good World War 2 story
    By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

    A good movie, good enough to spend some of your entertainment money on. I had recently watched it, and when looking for church dvds I saw it on the Deseret Book web site. No one had written a review on It so I'm going too. It is a war movie so there is death in it, but not much gore. The actors do a decent job, and the movie keeps your attention. The battle is between a small American group, and a small German group near the end of the war. The fighting starts In an area between the two main armies which neither army claims to hold, known as the Void. I Don't want to say much more than that. If you're like me, and enjoy WW11 history I believe you'll enjoy this. I do believe it is fiction, and the movie dose not say it is based on a true story. I don't know when I started studying WW11 history, but I would guess about 1971. World War 11 stories give me thoughts about both my father , and step father.
    Hope you enjoy the movie.

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