1940. The German army is massed along the French coast, poised to invade Great Britain, when there's a rumour that Churchill has died. The British people are distraught. Hitler seizes the opportunity and launches a devastating attack. Danny O’Shea’s house is bombed and his wife killed. His son Adam has learning difficulties and O’Shea is determined to get him to neutral Ireland. They head for Fishguard. On an isolated road in Wales they witness an attack on a German truck by local insurgents, who're astonished to find they’ve captured an awesome new weapon on its way from a secret laboratory in Brecon. German Captain Eric Weiss, responsible for the weapon’s safe transfer to Berlin, desperately wants it back. But, following a major disagreement amongst the insurgents, the weapon disappears. Then O'Shea goes to the aid of a dying woman, and suddenly everyone thinks she’s told him where the weapon is. Now O'Shea and his son are running for their lives, pursued by both the furious Germans and the fanatical Welsh insurgents.
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