4 out of 5 people found the following review useful:
Short yet powerful
alexander_leith from Haifa, Israel
15 April 2001
A short yet powerful reminder of how human nature can break through the
boundaries of hatred, even in difficult circumstances.
This movie tells the story of an American World War 2 sergeant who helps to
bury the body of a German officer, after he comes across a woman who's
husband has committed suicide.
This film deals with some extremely powerful issues, and the producers go
well beyond the typical Hollywood treatment of such subjects.
Given the complexity of the issues that this film deals with, it does so
effectively and succinctly using minimal dialog, for maximum
Great performances from Julianne Nicholson and Alan Gelfant.
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