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  • Actors: Kiefer Sutherland, Robert Carlyle, Ciarán McMenamin, Mark Strong, Yugo Saso
  • Directors: David L. Cunningham
  • Format: PAL, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Czech
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Run Time: 123 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003SAS4VG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 82,765 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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UNCUT 123min EDITION! Brand New & Factory Sealed. Region 2 PAL (UK & Europe). IMPORTANT: This is the official Czech release. The front cover is exactly as pictured and the back cover has Czech text. The film itself has optional Czech sound & subtitles on/off. ORIGINAL ENGLISH SOUNDTRACK - GUARANTEED > > > > > Based on the memoirs of Ernest Gordon, "To End All Wars" tells the true and harrowing story of four Allied POW's who endure brutal treatment from their Japanese captors during World War II, while being forced to build a railway through the Burmese jungle...

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The film was fine but I would have preferred English subtitles naturally.

This film was pertinent to me as I was at the march past of the survivors of The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders shown for real in Stirling home of the Battalion at the end of the film in the Film.

A Bean
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By Mrs. Krysia Drillot on 6 Oct. 2013
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This film holds back no punches as to the brutality of war against the Japanese in the Second World War not for people who do not like reality.
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126 of 130 people found the following review helpful
Edgy, sobering, magnificent! 6 Sept. 2002
By G. McClane - Published on Amazon.com
"To End All Wars" is far and away the most gripping film I have ever seen. What begins as a prisoner-of-war story in the WWII Pacific Theatre, ends in the viewer's most private chambers of the heart and mind. People left so quietly out of the theatre that only a light rustling could be heard. Jack Cosmos delivers the single most impressive moment in acting that I have ever seen in film; an explosive moment that will leave all who see it breathless--if not catatonic. New-comer to the States, Ciaran McMenamin delivers when it comes to the raw moment that he realises he is in hell already; he takes on the manner of paranoid schizophrenic as he suddenly stumbles away from the chow line. Sutherland's acting as the lone Yank brings in a performance of steel, which later goes through a metamorphosis that must be seen. Carlisle displays a range of the most complex emotions imaginable with textured grace and flawless perfection. Mark Strong, who plays Dusty, exudes an inner dynamic and peace in the face of everything that demands hate. His very presence on screen is reassuring. There is a luminosity Strong brings to any scene that characterizes what is best about this movie.
This Indie has Academy Awards written all over it--but it must be seen in order to be nominated. I plan on seeing it several times to pick up more of Producer Hafer and Director Cunningham's subtle and oblique slants on ethics, what is true greatness and how are we to grip tightly to what we hold nearest and dearest.
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Only the strongest survive 11 May 2003
By don macvicar - Published on Amazon.com
Based on the true story about the scottish regiment the argyll and sutherland highlanders 'to end all wars' is a superb story of survival in hell, although the movie is based on the building of a railroad through the burmese jungle the focus is more on events within the pow camp. the fear of beatings for no reason are a constant threat and malnutrition, disease and death are everday life, horrific scenes of soldiers being badly beating up will make you shiver particuarly kiefer sutherlands character 'yanka'.
the finale credits show you real footage of the meeting between an argyle soldier and japanese officer of which both men are characters portrayed in the movie. all in all not being a war movie buff i found this totally enjoyable.
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