Two Soldiers

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Two formerly inseparable brothers find their close-knit bond violently severed by the horrors of war in this screen adaptation of a William Faulkner tale originally published in a 1942 edition of the Saturday Evening Post. As World War II expands and the United States is inevitably drawn into the heated global conflict, love, loyalty, and duty combine to weave a thought-provoking tale of painful sacrifice and severed family ties.
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DVD Brand New 6 An Academy Award-winning short by Aaron Schneider, TWO SOLDIERS is based on the heartwarming short story by William Faulkner. A pair of brothers, Pete and ... Willie Grier, live modestly in the North Carolina countryside. Pete (Ben Allison, COLD MOUNTAIN) is a wise, loving older brother to eight-year-old Willie (Jonathan Furr, PRE APPROVED), who in turn idolizes Pete. The two do everything together, from performing their long list of chores to roaming the forests, and Pete provides the young boy with guidance and care. But when the U.S. enters the war after the shocking attack on Pearl Harbor, Pete is called up, while Willie must stay behind with the family. This doesn't sit well with the stubborn young boy, however, and he sets off on an amazing journey to find his brother. Ultimately, the charismatic Colonel James McKellogg (Ron Perlman, HELLBOY) helps the boy to find his way. In this moving exploration of love of country and the ties between brothers, the performances and production are a Read more Show Less

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Two formerly inseparable brothers find their close-knit bond violently severed by the horrors of war in this screen adaptation of a William Faulkner tale originally published in a 1942 edition of the Saturday Evening Post. As World War II expands and the United States is inevitably drawn into the heated global conflict, love, loyalty, and duty combine to weave a thought-provoking tale of painful sacrifice and severed family ties.
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Special Features

Over 2 hours of 'bonus features'; 3 feature commentary tracks; 'Behind the Scenes' documentary; 'Behind the Scenes' image gallery; The music of Alan Silvestri
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/22/2007
  • UPC: 798622343925
  • Original Release: 2003
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  • Source: Westlake
  • Time: 40:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
David Andrews
Deacon Dawson
Ron Perlman
Technical Credits
Aaron Schneider Director, Screenwriter
Andrew J. Sacks Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Two Soldiers
1. Me and Pete [2:56]
2. Day of Infamy [3:37]
3. "I Got To" [3:11]
4. The Call to Arms [3:09]
5. An Egg for a Ticket [4:20]
6. Last Call to Memphis [2:58]
7. Memphis or Bust [2:21]
8. "Where's Pete?" [3:41]
9. Facing the Colonel [2:49]
10. Brothers in Arms [4:15]
11. Duty Calls [4:35]
12. End Credits [1:54]
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Disc #1 -- Two Soldiers
   Play Movie
   Scene Selection
   Bonus Features
      Behind the Scenes
         "Letters to Nan"
         Image Gallery
      Audio Commentaries
         Audio Commentary 1
         Audio Commentary 2
         Audio Commentary 3
         Audio Commentary Off
      DVD Credits
      The Music of Alan Silvestri
         Play All
         The Shikepoke Nest
         Day of Infamy
         Don't Forget Your Prayers
         A Sword in the Stone
         I Got T'git There Today
         Brothers in Arms
         Battle of the Bold
         Knighthood
         Promise Me
         Two Soldiers
         "Lorenzo Takes a Bow"
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A MUST SEE FAMILY SHORT FILM

    This will touch your heart. In forty minutes this film will show you a sense of determination, the love of two brothers and conviction to fight for and protect your country and family.

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