Netflix has released a trailer for “Operation Mincemeat,” which reveals a series of details about the film that focuses on World War II. Oscar-winning actor Colin Firth is part of the cast of the British war drama, in the role of the remarkable officer Ewen Montagu, who teams up with Charles Cholmondeley (played by Matthew Macfadyen in Succession) to plan one of the biggest scams in history. .
The film also stars Kelly Macdonald, Penelope Wilton, and Jason Isaacs, Johnny Flynn, Ian Fleming, and Simon Russell Beale as Winston Churchill.
“Operation Mincemeat” comes from acclaimed director John Madden, producers of “The King’s Speech”, Iain Canning and Emile Sherman, but also from screenwriter Michelle Ashford, known for the HBO miniseries, nominated for Emmy Awards, “The Pacific”.
“Operation Mincemeat”, a half-fiction, half-truth movie that tells a story you don’t hear every day
Based on the truly extraordinary war story, “Operation Mincemeat” tells the story of two British secret service officers, as they plan and struggle to complete a deception-based operation to keep the invasion hidden. Sicily. In order for the plan to work for them, the two call for help, including that of a dead man.
Netflix has released the first trailer for “Operation Mincemeat.” It begins with Montagu detailing the Allied forces’ plan to launch a total assault on Sicily to end Adolf Hitler’s siege of all of Europe.
Although facing a major challenge, the German chancellor knows their intentions. Thus, the officers played by Colin Firth and Matthew Macfadyen devise a plan to humiliate Hitler by planting a corpse on the shores of Spain, carrying false documents and detailing plans for a false invasion.
The official trailer can be seen below: