Anyone who grew up in Britain in the 1980s will remember a time when TV schedules were bulked out with lesser-known black and white films. Films which, as a kid, you would seldom find yourself watching. There is a definite rainy-saturday-afternoon feel to Alfred L. Walker’s Sealed Cargo. A war-time drama dealing with U-boats and the paranoia surrounding Nazi infiltration of the Danish merchant navy, Sealed Cargo features both some sublimely atmospheric moments of tension and some frankly demented action sequences.
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