Anyone seen this? We watched it last night and thoroughly recommend it. Based on true events it's about a shameful episode in immediate post war allied/Danish history in which several thousand German prisoners of war, mostly teenagers, were illegally detained and forced to clear over a million landmines from Danish beaches. Half of them were killed or seriously injured and starved. It's very well acted, beautifully shot on the genuine beach locations in Denmark, and is an interesting mix of inhumanity and decency. The actor who plays the unpredictable Sergeant Rasmussen (Danish ex-violent criminal, Roland Moller) is brilliant, as are most of the cast of mainly unknown youngsters and the mine handling scenes are nerve-shredding. Mrs Spy was looking away for much of the film. Warning: it opens with a scene of a violent and prolonged beating of a German POW. It's on Amazon Prime Video.