Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Actually there is not much good things to say it, the film is kind of immersive, they try to make you feel like you are in the same environment of the characters, but even some good scenes, especially the first chase scene which have some suspense and the score is good in that part but also kinda look like a copy from Dunkirk original score, the whole film don't actually doesn't work very well.Tom Hanks can't give a bad performance, is nice that his character is a religious person and of course as a capitan noboby is going to make fun of that in front of him, and is good to see him in a war movie, but i also would like to see more the inside of the ship, the oher characters preparing to launch the bombs, kinda like that scene in Titanic that shows the people working in the underground of the ship.Also the CGI doesn't work very well, the film looks too clean and the editing is not good, for example in the begining of the film they cut to a scene of someone drawing a swastika, and the way they did looks like it was in the american ship, is very strange. The Good Shepherd (1955) is a nautical and war novel by C. S. Forester. Aaron Schneider came onboard 'Greyhound' as the director in 2018. eventAction: 'click_adunit' The film was released in July 2020. The book seems true to the naval technology and onboard life at the time, and spares us little of the discomforts and hardships of life on these small warships. Then I have seen Greyhound, also a more than correct movie adaptation of the novel. The writing was corny, and the action scenes were barely satisfying, though the duel between destroyers and u-boats started off rather intense and thrilling. hitType: 'event', The leader of the convoy's destroyer screen is a US Navy commander making his first Atlantic crossing. hitType: 'event', A mi compañero Gonzalo Jiménez, Greyhound le recuerda a otras películas de batallas navales de la Segunda Guerra Mundial como In Which We Serve (1942), Pursuit of the Graf Spee (1956), The Sea Chase con John Wayne (1955), Convoy (1940) y The Long Voyage Home (1940), de John Ford, también con John Wayne. There are a few changes, but the intense, continuous tension and action of the film is also there in the novel. I enjoyed this novel. We're privy to every order Krause issues, every thought, conscious or unconscious, or consideration that has to be weighed. This book had me on the edge of my seat. It also details the problems of the early radar and ASDIC equipment available and the poor communications between the fleet and Admiralty using HF Radio & early manual cryptography. Durante 80 minutos, vemos a Krause y sus marineros tomar decenas de decisiones e intentar adivinar las acciones de sus enemigos. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Forester's The Good Shepherd. The Good Shepherd (1955) is a nautical and war novel by C. S. Forester.It illustrates the difficulties of the Atlantic war: the struggle against the sea, the enemy, and … Pero Tom marcó el paso y yo solo lo observé y lo escuché y reaccioné. Forester's central character is George Krause, an American destroyer commander in his mid-40s who is in command of the convoy's four-ship escort. The book has been turned into an audiobook narrated by Edoardo Ballerini and produced by Podium Audio. The Good Shepherd is currently being adapted into a major motion picture, Greyhound, scripted by and starring Tom Hanks, directed by Aaron Schneider, and produced by Gary Goetzman. Ready to see some of your favorite stories come to life? I had read this book about 30 years ago and when it popped up recently my memory was foggy enough that I thought that I would read it again. ', Other cast members include Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Stephen Graham, Rob Morgan, Karl Glusman, Tom Brittney, Joseph Poliquin, Grayson Russell, Dave Davis, Michael Benz, and Travis Przybylski. What really sets this novel apart is the extent to which it allows you to get inside Krause’s head, and feel the intensity of what he is experiencing. The titular Good Shepherd is Commander Krause, an American officer in command of a convoy of supply ships on their way to keep England fed, fueled, and armed. Something went wrong. On the outbreak of war he entered the Ministry of Information and later he sailed with the Royal Navy. Principal photography began in Spring 2018 aboard the USS Kidd. Over the course of 48 hours, he must defend his command against slash attacks from a deceptive and elusive foe.