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1917 is a movie starring Dean-Charles Chapman, George MacKay, and Daniel Mays. April 6th, 1917. As a regiment assembles to wage war deep in enemy territory, two soldiers are assigned to race against time and deliver a message that...

Genres
War, Drama
Director
Sam Mendes
Starring
George MacKay, Colin Firth, Daniel Mays, Dean-Charles Chapman

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Genres War, Drama
Director Sam Mendes
Writer Sam Mendes, Krysty Wilson-Cairns
Stars George MacKay, Colin Firth, Daniel Mays, Dean-Charles Chapman
Country USA, Canada, UK, Spain, India
Also Known As Taistelulähetit - 1917, Χίλια Εννιακόσια Δεκαεπτά, 1917: Speranță și moarte, 1917 命をかけた伝令
Runtime 1 h 59 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description During World War I, two British soldiers -- Lance Cpl. Schofield and Lance Cpl. Blake -- receive seemingly impossible orders. In a race against time, they must cross over into enemy territory to deliver a message that could potentially save 1,600 of their fellow comrades -- including Blake's own brother.

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Saturday, 19 Dec 2020 17:51

The story is inspired by the true story of Sergeant Major Randall P. Jenkins who is the first black man to graduate from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. The year is 1917, after the world war had ended. The U.S. Army was still in full combat gear, and Jenkins was given the opportunity to go to Africa where he would serve in the most famous African American regiment in the U.S. Army called the 14th Field Artillery. The regiment's motto was "Duty and Honor First". The regiment was known as the "Potomac Horsemen", and Jenkins was their valor hero. It was also the year of the Great Depression, and the U.S. Army had an opportunity to fire artillery for the first time since World War II. Captain William R. Seward, one of the senior officers, was always troubled by Jenkins, who was seen as an "old man" with a "lot of gray hair". The head of the 14th Field Artillery was the senior officer of the regiment, Major General Curtis G. LeMay. LeMay was the highest ranking officer of the 14th Field Artillery. As a result of Jenkins, LeMay's plan of disarming the German's in the Black Forest had a chance of success. After the war, the U.S. Army recognized the importance of a black officer in the field artillery as well as the professionalism and dedication that Jenkins displayed on his journey to Africa. Also, LeMay had received letters from Jenkins on the African continent, but his record of sending letters was not very good. LeMay was compelled to be more efficient by taking an African American into the U.S. Army and having him serve as a field artillery officer. On September 14, 1917, Jenkins arrived in the U.S. Army, and was given the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, and given his name as Randall. While he was there, he earned the rank of Major General, and was sent to Africa to do some field artillery work. While in Africa, he was able to learn how to use the U.S. Army cannon. After his arrival in the U.S., Jenkins was given a big opportunity to become a field artillery officer. He was given the opportunity to fire the U.S. Army's new artillery, which was a heavy 50-pound gun. This artillery fire was nicknamed the "Rocket Launcher". Jenkins proved to be a leader, and after he was given the responsibility of firing the Rocket Launcher, he was given the title of Major General. The soldiers in the U.S. Army were starting to treat Jenkins very well. The only thing that he didn't understand was how to do the job properly, and how to do the job properly would prove to be a major problem for him. However, when Jenkins was asked by LeMay to train the 4th Field Artillery Regiment, he was more than ready to learn. After the 4th
Friday, 17 Jul 2020 22:36

To me the greatest cinematic achievement of the year is "La vie d'Adele", but "La Vie En Rose" is the movie that made me want to see it in the first place. This is a pretty slow movie, but it is an extremely moving story, and is very well directed. The film is about a young girl who is about to be married to a rich young man. In the midst of this the young girl is raped, and when she is rescued by a woman she is told she has been impregnated by her attacker. The woman takes the girl to a hospital, and tells her that if she gives birth to a baby the rapist will be put to death. This is a fairly unusual situation, and the movie shows the main character going through this ordeal with the help of the women who were in the hospital with her. There are many subplots, but none of them are very important. The movie is a bit long, and I didn't feel like I was really following the story. There are a few action scenes, but they don't really go anywhere. The film is definitely a slow film, and it is not very exciting, but I really liked it. I think it is very important to know the background of the film, because it is a story of rape, and of course it is also a story of human nature. If you don't know the background of the film you will not be able to really understand what is happening. The performances are very good, especially from Isabelle Huppert, who is absolutely brilliant. I think she was the best thing about the film, but it is not just her that is great, the performances are also very good. I would recommend the film to anyone, it is definitely a good film, but it is not a great film. 7/10


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