Shot on location in Denmark, this riveting and inspirational WW II-era drama chronicles the courage of a young Jewish woman who risks her life and that of her family by concealing a wounded resistance fighter in their home in 1943 just prior to the Nazi invasion of Denmark. The girl eventually falls in love with the wounded man. After he heals, he and the other freedom fighters help the imperiled Danish Jews flee to the safety of Sweden. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
A Day In October is set in Denmark during WWII. D. B. Sweeney is a Danish resistance fighter who was shot by the Nazi's while on a mission. He is found by a young Jewish girl who takes him home and, along with her mother, nurses him back to health. The girl's father, a mild mannered Jewish bookkeeper, is, at first, fearful of the harm that will befall his family by aiding this man. He is gradually convinced of the Nazi's treachery and actually helps bomb a munitions factory. There is a love affair between Sweeney and the girl and much of the picture involves helping the family to escape to Sweden. It was well-done war themed melodrama. In color and in English. I do not believe it was as good as Resistance but it is still worth a view.