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Female Agents

Drama about a group of WW2 French servicewomen and resistance fighters whose mission is to rescue a British army geologist in Normandy and to kill a German SS colonel.


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This film contains some strong language and some violent scenes.

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GUNSHOT

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MACHINE GUN FIRE

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MACHINE GUN FIRE

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SOLDIER GRUNTS IN PAIN

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GUNSHOT

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GUNSHOT

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EXPLOSION

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Hello, dear.

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TITTERING

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LAUGHTER

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WOMAN SHOUTS

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AMERICANS WHOOP AND APPLAUD

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WOLF WHISTLING

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God bless you and be with you, always.

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The Germans have spotted us.

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EXPLOSIONS OUTWITH

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Drop zone in 20 minutes.

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DELIRIOUS PATIENT RAVES IN ENGLISH

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BUZZER

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ONE WOMAN SHOUTS IN DISTRESS

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Morgen.

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CAR HORNS BEEPS

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Heil Hitler.

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HE SPEAKS GERMAN

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Oh, excuse me.

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You know that is it entirely up to you to be placed in a more comfortable situation, right?

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Now, why would an English geologist collect sand from a Normandy seashore in the middle of the night?

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I think it must have something to do with...a landing?

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And with this.

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Now, I'm a soldier, just like you.

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So, you know a soldier must do his duty.

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It is my duty to make you talk.

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I would sincerely prefer to do that without causing you any pain, so...

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..what were you doing in that beach?

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SCREAM OF PAIN

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ENTHUSIASTIC CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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YELPS OF PAIN

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BURLESQUE MUSIC PLAYS

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CHEERING

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CHANTING AND CLAPPING

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ALARM BELL RINGS

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AEROPLANE ENGINE

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Sshh!

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GUN COCKS

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MORSE CODE BEEPING

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TRUCK ENGINE

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ENGINE STOPS

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MULTIPLE FOOTSTEPS

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GERMAN BARKS ORDERS

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GUNSHOT

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MACHINE GUN FIRE

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HEAVY THUD

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GUNSHOT, THEN HEAVY THUD

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Argh! Oh! Oh!

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SHE CRIES OUT

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HE SCREAMS

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GUNSHOTS

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"Gestapo officer knows about Phoenix.

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"Kill him."

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TRAIN WHISTLE

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GUARD'S WHISTLE

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SHE SCREAMS

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JAUNTY FRENCH MUSIC PLAYS

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DOORBELL RINGS

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CROCKERY SMASHES

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No.

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MORSE CODE BEEPING

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PHONE RINGS

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PHONE RINGS

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And Rommel has accepted?

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According to Melchior, he'd be willing to see him tomorrow in Berlin, before going back to Ulm.

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If Heindrich wants to see Rommel, it means he's got something to go on.

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-Do you think Pierre talked?

-I'm afraid so,

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otherwise why would he be taking him back to Germany?

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Without that Louise, how is your group going to stop Heindrich going to Berlin?

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I still have an ace up my sleeve.

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TWO SEPARATE GUNSHOTS

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GUNSHOT

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Oui. Je comprends. Merci.

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Au revoir.

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We still have no news from Paris.

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Melchior should have made contact at 20.00 hours. He's always punctual.

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Are you calling off the mission?

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We must inform the Prime Minister.

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Tell the pilot to be at the pick-up.

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Here along the Channel coast of England

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begins one of the most remarkable stories of the war.

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It is the story of the creation of the artificial harbours in Normandy.

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The strange contraptions, which you see here, made possible our entire operation in France.

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These huge, hollow blocks of reinforced concrete are called Phoenixes.

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When assembled, they form a continuous bridge, like this practise assembly,

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put together by the SeaBees at the Isle of Wight.

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Oh, after you, Sir.

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I'm looking for Louise DeFontaines.

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-Oh, yes. Straight down there and on the right.

-Thank you.

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Louise...

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No.

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No.

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No.

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CHURCHILL: Yesterday morning,

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at 2.41am,

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at General Eisenhower's headquarters,

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General Jodl, the representative of the German High Command

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and of Grand Admiral Donitz,

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the designated head of the German state,

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signed the Act of Unconditional Surrender

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of all German land, sea and air forces in Europe

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to the Allied Expeditionary Forces...

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Louise... It's over!

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It's over!

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CHURCH BELLS RING

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Additional subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing by Red Bee Media Ltd

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In May 1944, a group of French servicewomen and resistance fighters are enlisted into the British Special Operations Executive commando group under the command of Louise Desfontaines and her brother Pierre. Their mission, to rescue a British army geologist caught reconnoitering the beaches at Normandy and to kill a German SS colonel who is close to figuring out the imminent secret of D-Day, proves to be emotional and brutal.

The film is inspired by the accomplishments of decorated SOE agent Lise de Baissac.