Danish chief Martin Zandvliet performs an intriguing World War II anecdote about German detainees set to work defusing land mines along the shoreline of Denmark.
Now it may appear to be elusive a World War II story that hasn’t been told, yet Danish chief Martin Zandvliet has thought of a new and convincing way to deal with this very much voyaged region. Place where there is Mine, in light of a genuine yet not outstanding piece of history, rediscovers the past and breathes life into it with noteworthy affirmation. The film fills in as a moving antiwar article and as a grasping thriller. American groups of onlookers ought to react.