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Australia released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: it WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. You need multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player to view it in USA/Canada: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), WIDESCREEN, SPECIAL FEATURES: Trailer(s), SYNOPSIS: A handful of fighting men must defy the odds to save their own lives and thousands of others in this drama set during World War II. In late 1944, a band of nearly a hundred American soldiers are making their way through a wooded region of Belgium when they are ambushed by German forces in a battle that became known as 'the Malmady Massacre.' Inspired by a true story, Saints and Soldiers was the first feature film from Ryan Little a Utah-based filmmaker who previously made a number of short subjects relating to issues of faith in the Church of Latter Day Saints.
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CastCorbin Allred, Larry Bagby III, Kirby Heyborne, Peter Holden, Alexander Polinsky, Lincoln Hoppe, Alex Niver, Ben Gourley, Ethan Vincent, Jeff Birk
DirectorRyan Little
Genre:  War
Release Date:  August 6, 2004
MPAA Rating:  PG-13
DVD Release Date:  May 31, 2005
Runtime:  1hr 30min
Studio:  Excel
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review by . August 05, 2008
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Pros: well done, tight script and cast, musical score     Cons: none     The Bottom Line: "'Cause in the heaven I'm headed to   There's a place for preachers, thieves and prostitutes   Saints and soldiers, beggers, kings and renegades"   ~ Dierks Bentley     What I found most interesting about Saints and Soldiers was the fact that it actually gave me something to understand about history. It was never one of …
review by . February 04, 2007
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So many films about war, and especially about WW II, focus on the 'good guys' (read Allied troops) versus 'bad guys' (read Germans) and the monumental confrontations that have gained heroic monikers like D-Day, Normandy, Battle of the Bulge, etc. The film crews spend millions to re-enact these epic battles. At times the individuals within the massive units are brought into focus ('Saving Private Ryan', etc) but primarily they are frontal decoration for the Big Effects created to stun the audience.    …
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