Henry Cavill & The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare Stars Explain Guy Ritchie's Spontaneous Style

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare, based on a book by Damien Lewis, recounts a covert British World War II mission ordered by Winston Churchill to combat the Nazis. Led by hero Gus March-Phillips, highly skilled soldiers execute a daring strike behind enemy lines. Director Guy Ritchie adds his stylized touch to the story for an action-packed cinematic experience. Stars Henry Cavill, Alex Pettyfer, and Hero Fiennes Tiffin discuss their characters and Ritchie's directing style. Cavill reveals his approach to portraying March-Phillips, as Pettyfer praises the collaborative experience with Ritchie.

Tiffin describes his character Hayes as the reliable, man of few words sailor who admires March-Phillips. The film delves into the unconventional tactics used by the top-secret team to bring down the Nazis. The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare hits theaters on April 19, showcasing the untold story of these daring WWII heroes.

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