Director. Jonathan Teplitzky
The year is 1944 and Churchill is haunted by the ramifications of his decision during the First World War on the beaches of Gallipoli. Plagued by depression and determined to solidify his place in history, Churchill frustrates General Dwight Eisenhower and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery by suggesting the allied force's invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe should be delayed. Political rivals circle, questioning the prime minister's resolve.