At the beginning of the Cold War, a new artistic movement emerged. Discover how the CIA used these artists as a soft power to reinforce the leading position of the USA on the international stage.
Built at strategic points, and fitted with impressive fortifications and ingenious systems to counter attacks, fortresses are thought to be impenetrable. And yet, certain skillful warlords have successfully stormed them. How did they manage this?
From 1940 to 45, Hitler and Churchill thought of nothing else but how to destroy each other. This film tells the story of this clash of the giants from their common experience in the trenches of the First World War until the end of World War II.