On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy, UCM.ONE publishes on the movie label M-Square Pictures the film “D-Day“”, which tells the story of a suicide squad commemorating the day of the Allies’ great Normandy offensive June 6, 1944 strategically important German MG nests and cannon positions on the beach of Normandy should turn off. With Randy Courture, Chuck Liddell, Weston Cage Coppola and Jesse Kone, the film boasts a strong cast.
The US elite ranger unit of the second battalion, led by Lieutenant General Omar Bradley (Chuck Liddl) and Lieutenant Colonel James Rider (Weston Cage Coppola), is to be the vanguard of the great invasion and neutralize the large German Wehrmacht gun units stationed along the planned invasion line in bunkers on the coast and in the near hinterland.
The first German units are quickly overwhelmed, but the tensions between the rangers increase as the group takes prisoners of war and suddenly sees itself surrounded by German command troops. Now it’s all about bare survival.