“Operation Mincemeat” starring Colin Firth postponed

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Due to the repeated epidemics in the UK, the movie “Operation Mincemeat” starring Colin Firth was postponed.

“Operation Mincemeat” was postponed to April 22 from the originally planned release on January 14, 2022.

Netflix will release the film in North America and Latin America, and the release date has not yet been determined.

“Operation Mincemeat” focused on the “Operation Mincemeat” planned by the Allied forces in World War II, annihilating hundreds of thousands of German troops and laying the foundation for the victory of World War II.

"Operation Mincemeat" starring Colin Firth postponed

In 1943, the Allied forces decided to break Hitler’s rule of occupied Europe.

Intelligence officers Ewen and Charles came up with a wonderful disinformation strategy: using a corpse with false secrets to mislead the German army and direct its attention to Greece.

After Hitler was hit, the Allied forces landed on Sicily. This battle wiped out nearly 200,000 German troops and laid a solid foundation for victory in the European battlefield.

It is reported that Colin Firth will star in the film as an intelligence officer of the British intelligence service.

The intelligence warfare has a special meaning and status in the “meat grinder operation.” It is the intelligence agencies that continue to create blindfolds that ensure the success of the operation.

The director of “Operation Mincemeat” is John Madden, who has directed “Shakespeare in Love” and “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel for the Elderly & Beautiful”.

In addition, Kelly Macdonald, Penelope Wilton, Jason Isaacs, Johnny Flynn, Simon Russell Beale, etc. will also star in “Operation Mincemeat”.

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