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Zivorad 'Zika' Mitrovic
From the acclaimed filmmaker behind Mr. Six comes a riveting war epic. In 1937, eight hundred Chinese soldiers fight under siege from a warehouse in the middle of the Shanghai battlefield, completely surrounded by the Japanese army.
Although not a big Wilfred Owen fan (much more Team Sassoon, me) I nevertheless made a small contribution to the crowd-funding of this project - and I'm just so pleased and proud I did because The Burying Party is exquisite. Intelligently acted, visually sumptuous, editorially focused; the cinematic equivalent of a well-crafted short story. A moving tribute to Owen's legacy and a sympathetic and vivid portrayal of the time (with a little treat for Sassoon groupies after the credits).
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