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Film adaptation of Anton Chekhov's story of life in rural Russia during the latter part of the 19th century. An aging actress Arkidana pays summer visits to her brother Sorin and son ... See full summary »
WWII, in a British disciplinary camp located in the Libyan desert. Prisoners are persecuted by Staff Sergeant Williams, who made them climb again and again, under the heavy sun, an artificial hill built right in the middle of the camp. Harris is a more human and compassionate guard, but the chief, S.M. Wilson, refuses to disown his subordinate Williams. One day, five new prisoners arrive. Each of them will deal in a different way with the authority and Williams' ferocity. Written by
The Five prisoners are members of the following regiments. (All identifiable via their cap-badges.) McGrath: Lancashire Fusiliers. King: Royal Pioneer Corps. Bartlett: Royal Fusiliers (KC). Stevens: Royal West Kent Regiment. Roberts: Royal Tank Regiment. See more »
The new prisoners are initially lined up in the middle of the camp with their kit at their feet. As the prisoners are in turn called to see the army doctor a raised wooden walkway appears in front of them and later disappears. See more »
[Jacko has defiantly ripped off his uniform]
Sergeant Charlie Harris:
You're going into the Commandant's office dressed like this, lad?
Unless you've got a top-hat, and a bone to put through me nose. That's the way you white folks think we done dress at home.
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