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Allegiance (2012)

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R | | Drama, Thriller | 8 June 2012 (USA)
After his transfer request to stay stateside is approved, a lieutenant in the National Guard faces a dilemma as one of his soldiers looks to go AWOL as their unit gears up for deployment to Iraq.

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Lieutenant Alec Chambers
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Willie (as Corey Antonio Hawkins)
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Lieutenant Danny Sefton
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Lieutenant Colonel Owens
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Leela
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Staff Sergeant Hart
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Specialist Chris Reyes (as Bow Wow)
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Captain Angelo
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Carroll
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First Sergeant Wells
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Private Adams
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Kraft
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Gonzo
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Sgt Longo (as Michael Gucciardo)
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Soldier #3
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After being granted a questionable transfer that will keep him stateside as his National Guard unit deploys for Iraq, Lieutenant Danny Sefton becomes embroiled in a last minute AWOL attempt by one of his soldiers -- forcing him to choose between his loyalties to the fleeing soldier, his unit and his fiancé. Written by Anonymous

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War Begins Before Deployment

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Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for language throughout | See all certifications »

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3 January 2013 | by (nyc) – See all my reviews

This is a small budget independent film that delivers a meaningful storyline and suspense that kept me on the edge of my seat. The plot is believable and the main characters, while simple, have an interesting back-story.

The soundtrack is especially solid and helps the film to build intensity. Additionally, it seems the director chose a monochromatic color/hue which gives the film a unique sense of reality (void of lots of distracting colors...not sure how else to explain it).

If you are interested in watching films with substance and need a change from the big Hollywood blockbusters, I suggest giving Allegiance a try.


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