71: Into the Fire
During the beginning of the Korean War, the North Korean troops, supported by China, ruthlessly advance on their South Korean neighbors. On the strategically important river Nakdong is a girls' school which on 11 August 1950 ends up in the center of the advancing army. South Korea's main force is in another location and it is up to a small ill-prepared group of young soldiers to hold the line against the overpowering enemy. 71: Into the Fire is based on real events and has been hailed as a strong and de-romanticized depiction of the brutality of war.