History of War
History of War
A disc connection that includes the films Company K, Two Men Went to War, and Only the Brave.
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In this stunning four disc collection of war movies the viewer gets to take a journey from the trenches of WWI to the horrors of modern day warfare. Starting with William March’s acclaimed book Company K, then follow two British heroes during their exploits behind enemy lines in Two Men Went to War, stand side by side with the most decorated battalion in U.S. history during the exploits of the 442 in Only the Brave and finish off your journey in Purple Heart as you see a sniper in action! A must have for any war and history buffs.
Running Time: 390 minutes
Sound: Dolby 5.1
CAST & CREW
Directors: Robert Clem, Lane Nishikawa, John Henderson and William Birrell
Starring: Terry Serpico, Jason Scott Lee, Julian Glover, Mark Dacascos, Ed Lauter, Kenneth Cranham, Tamilyn Tomita, Mel Harris, Demetrius Navarro, Hilary Keegin, Jeff Fahey, Derek Jacobi, William Sadler, Phyllida Law and Pat Morita
AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY
21 Medals of Honor, 9,486 Purple Hearts, 8 Presidential Citations, 53 Distinguished Service Crosses, 588 Silver Stars and 5,200 Bronze stars.
Official Selection – Austin Film Festival
Nominee Best Feature — Prism Awards
Official Selection — River Run Film Festival
Official Selection — Oxford Film Festival
Official Selection – Hawaii International Film Festival
Official Selection — Hollywood Film Festival
Official Selection — Edinburgh Film Festival
“A gripping story with riveting performances. More poignant than your typical war movie showing both great conflict and the cost of war at home.”
“A riveting account of the life of a sniper in today’s modern army, this film is helped by great performances from a cast of recognizable faces…well done, realistic and solid.”
“Fantastic job of translating to the screen. I always felt I was where the story was taking me and that’s right down there in the trenches with these confused American soldiers on the European frontlines. I mean, there are tanks and planes and authentic weaponry and uniforms, not to mention battle scenes. Honestly, I wasn’t expecting such incredible production value and matching it is the amazing cast, each member bringing back to life these soldiers that co-existed in March’s living nightmare.
A gentle little comedy…vividly nostalgic. Well acted, designed and scored.
Dallas Morning News