So, I remember watching this television play probably adopted from a more famous original opus about a Nazi-occupied village somewhere in Europe (I don't recall where exactly, but perhaps the story took place somewhere in Norway.)
Initially, the Nazis dismissed the idea that the "simple-minded" villagers might pose any viable threat to their forces.
And as one can guess, in the next acts, the villagers gradually came to know their ways around and began sabotaging the Nazis' supply lines, and even killing them in an organized fashion.
Bottom line, as far as I can remember, was that when it comes to survival, the usually dormant killing instincts can turn every human being to the predator he or she is meant to be...
Can anyone recognize what play this may be? Thanks.