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Lt. Gen. Eugene Irwin (Character)
from The Last Castle (2001)

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The Last Castle -- His service to his country made him a hero. One mistake made him a prisoner. For General Eugene Irwin (Redford), it's just a matter of serving out his sentence - until he makes the shocking discovery that his fellow inmates are being murdered.
The Last Castle -- A Court Martialed general rallies together 1200 inmates to rise against the system that put him away.

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From The Last Castle (2001)
Irwin: We can no long wear the uniform of the soldier. We forfeited that right and that includes me. I disobeyed an executive order, I violated my duty as a commanding officer. And eight men paid a catastrophic price. It's a mistake not easy to live with. So here I am just like you, a convicted criminal. Only difference between you and me is, I know I'm guilty.
[the prisoners laugh]
Irwin: So we're packed away here as prisoners. And one thing is certain, our captor have the power. They can humiliate us, they can beat us, they can lock us away in a dark hole for days on end. But there's one thing they cannot do. They cannot take away from us, who we *are*. And we are soldiers! And it is the one thing, the ONE thing that gives us a chance in here. And that nobody can take away!
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