The lives of four members of a submarine crew which survived an attack in Japanese waters are seen in flashback as the men set out on another mission. This time they must stop a Jap sub from launching a Kamikaze attack on the U.S. fleet. There are countless fine war films, but this one
isn't one of them. It's not that it's that bad, only that it is exceeded by so many others. Hunter went on in the 1950s to become best known as the producer of Douglas Sirk's melodramas, notably MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION and ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS.