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U.S. Army Private Witt (AWOL) is found and imprisoned on a troop carrier by his company First Sergeant, Welsh.The men of C Company,1st Battalion,27th Infantry Regiment,25th Infantry Division have been brought to Guadalcanal as reinforcements in the campaign to secure Henderson Field and seize the island from the Japanese. They arrive near Hill 210, a key Japanese position. Their task is to capture the hill at all cost. What happens next is a story developing about redemption and the meaningless of war. Regardless the outcome. Written by
Two aircraft were used for the background flying sequences. They were painted and modified to look like USN Douglas Dauntless dive bombers, but were in fact a Harvard and a Wirraway. Unfortunately little footage of the aircraft managed to make the final cut. There's a glimpse of the Wirraway running along the invasion beaches piloted by Doug Haywood and Owen O'Malley. O'Malley is one of two of the movie pilots who actually flew in World War II; Jack Curtis was the other one. and . Sadly, The Wirraway crashed at an air show in Nowra, Australia in 2000. It was piloted by O'Malley, and both he and his passenger perished. See more »
In one of the flashback scenes where the soldier and his girlfriend are holding hands, modern cars can be seen out the window in the background. See more »
Private Edward P. Train:
What's this war in the heart of nature? Why does nature vie with itself? The land contend with the sea? Is there an avenging power in nature? Not one power, but two?
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Composer Wrangler. . . Moanike'ala Nakamoto See more »
By far the best film I have ever seen. It baffles me that people could criticize this intricate metaphysical look at war, nature and humanity. The cinematography is so superb that each frame of the film stands on its own. The voice overs offer majestic reflections on the nature of war and humanity. The intensity of this film is unsurpassed.
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