A Navy Veteran and an Army Veteran compete in a game of one-upmanship over a flagpole in a retirement community.

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A Navy Veteran and an Army Veteran compete in a game of one-upmanship over a flagpole in a retirement community.

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Spirit of one, pride of many.

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3 January 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The "Air Force Man" as listed in the credits and played by Crae Wilson, shot his scenes which were supposed to go at the end of the credits, but was ultimately left out of the film, due to the fact that the filmmakers, brother's Adam and Donovan Montierth felt they wanted to end the film with the tribute to All the Veterans Who Have Ever Served in The US Armed Forces instead. Crae Wilson was the brother's acting teacher and theater director in college. See more »

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At the beginning when the Navy man is getting dressed, the sun light is streaming in as if coming through open venetian blinds. Yet, when the Navy man goes out to raise the flag, his blinds are closed. See more »

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Patriotism and respect for the uniform
5 July 2006 | by (San Antonio, TX) – See all my reviews

What an awesome film!

Its amazing what can be said, without a word spoken, in just over ten minutes. A Navy veteran (Huddleston) starts his day by posting the colors in his retirement community. Soon, an Army veteran (McEachin) moves in, and they begin a friendly competition to see who can post the flag first, and things escalate from there.

Like "Sleuth", all the action is limited to these two characters, and the bond that develops between them. The ending, though sad, is poignant and appropriate.

Definitely a "ten" if there ever was one! See it here: http://tinyurl.com/zbmm8


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