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A Midnight Clear

Posted 16 January 2002, 10.53 pm by Villager

I saw this the other night, and can honestly say it's one of the most emotive motion picture I've ever seen. Our hero is Ethan Hawke - there are a few minor appearances from other stars - and is still getting to grips with being a soldier at the time of the story.

The basic premise is that a group of Allied soldiers are sent to occupy a farmhouse in France, or thereabouts. The farmhouse turns out to be in very close proximity to a German position. What with the war having 'ended' recently, neither side particularly wants to fight, but they are both stranded in effect and the fight goes on in many places.

Through a strange and yet unerringly believable series of events, the two sides become friends. They decide to stage the Germans' surrender - but it all goes horribly wrong. I'll leave the finer details to your enjoyment should you see the film. An excellent use of fine acting, character refinement and storyline.

Buy it at amazon
on 16 January 2002, 11.40 pm
Sounds good Villager, my kind of thing. Cheers : i'll look out for it.

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This is again from the 'Faces of Death' cycle. In this piece, the mottled effect was produced by flicking turpentine at the image once it was smeared into the ink.

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80s candy bars were pretty good

only because i traded it for a candy bar in the 80's.

lol we all know you don't have a soul ghoti

my soul for some carbs...

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