In 1918, William, a young British soldier, new to the field, finds himself sharing an enclosed space with an enemy German soldier after experiencing the carnage of the battlefield, a situation which will give them the opportunity to look past their differences and rediscover their humanity.Written by
"PAWNS" was selected at: Long Story Shorts (2019) Lift-Off Network's First-Time Filmmaker Sessions (2019) Rome PRISMA Independent Film Awards (2019) UK CineFest (2018) Inshort Film Festival (2018) Media Arts Festival (2018) See more »
A war story. Like many others, at the first sigh. But impressive for its poetry and portrait of friendship and hommage of past. A film about two old men and a long chess game.The cinematography, the performances are more than good. Like the atmosphere. An useful film. About past. And its rehabilitation of humanity.
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