Millions Like Us

TitleMillions Like Us
Publication TypeFilm
Year of Publication1943
AuthorsGilliat, Sidney, and Frank Launder
Running Time1h 43min
Date Released11/05/1943
DistributorGeneral Film Distributors (GFD)
CountryUnited Kingdom
Publication LanguageEnglish
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Millions Like Us is a 1943 British propaganda film, showing life in a wartime aircraft factory in documentary detail. According to the British Film Institute database, this film is the first in an "unofficial trilogy", along with Two Thousand Women (1944) and Waterloo Road (1945). At the outbreak of World War II, Celia (Patricia Roc) and her family must join the domestic British war effort. Celia is recruited to work in a munitions factory, where her co-workers represent a variety of social classes. She falls in love with Fred Blake (Gordon Jackson), a young pilot, and the two are married. Fred is soon deployed to battle, however, and Celia must face the harsh realities of life as a soldier's wife, while continuing her crucial work on the home front.

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