Jackboots on Whitehall isn’t exactly news. Released in the United Kingdom on October, 2010, it was the first film of its kind to feature animatronic puppets and the voices of well-known British actors including Ewan McGregor, Rosamund Pike, Rosamund Pike, Richard E. Grant, Tom Wilkinson, Timothy Spall, Richard O’Brien and Richard Griffiths. The satirical film took place in an alternate history of the Second World War, in which Nazi Germany have seized London, causing the British to band together at Hadrian’s Wall to tey and thwart the German invasion. Produced by Karl Richards of U.K. production outfit, Entertainment Motion Pictures (E-Motion), the film boasts pioneering techniques in animation, fusing innovative puppeteering animatronics developed by Rory McHenry and visual effects by MFX London. Executive Producers are Nigel Thomas and Charlotte Walls of Matador Pictures.
Well not the film is set to make is North American debut on July 26th, on VOD, Digital & DVD with Behind-the-Scenes footage; Interviews with the Creators; Featurettes: The Swastikas, Bad Day to be a Nazi, Hitler’s Rat Pack, The Nazi Hotties, Explosions, Voiceovers; Theatrical Trailer and more. Check out the trailer below.[vsw id=”CTOxmTOMnAg” source=”youtube” width=”500″ height=”425″ autoplay=”no”]
Official Plot Synopsis:
On the South Coast of England, Chris, a young farm worker, dreams of the chance to join the army and fight in exciting new lands. His chance comes when the three top Nazi leaders, the enormous Goering, the malnourished Goebbels and the scarily campy Himmler, hatch a plan to invade England by drilling under the English Channel and into the heart of London. With the entire British army stuck in Dunkirk and no military support to defend the country, Churchill issues a final radio broadcast from his bunker in Downing Street – a cry for help.