For A Lost Soldier

For A Lost Soldier

Director: Roeland Kerbosch Cast: Jeroen Krabbé, Freark Smink, Elsje DeWijn

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Overview

Roeland Kerbosch's tale of an unusual friendship in a time of war, For a Lost Soldier, comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. There are neither subtitles nor closed-captions on this release. There are no supplemental materials of any consequence. This is a bare bones title from Strand that will appeal most to those with affection for films made far outside the Hollywood mainstream.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/31/2002
UPC: 0712267930425
Original Release: 1993
Rating: NR
Source: Strand Home Video
Time: 1:32:00
Sales rank: 19,267

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
2. Chapter 1 [12:23]
3. Chapter 2 [15:16]
4. Chapter 3 [7:54]
5. Chapter 4 [11:30]
6. Chapter 5 [13:52]
7. Chapter 6 [9:13]
8. Chapter 7 [10:33]
9. Chapter 8 [8:37]

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For A Lost Soldier 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
this movie is a really good movie if you like gay movie and this one have some good actors in the movie
KennyA More than 1 year ago
Last year, the question was posed to me: what would the public's reaction have been to "The Reader" if Kate Winslet's character had been male? So this film, in a way, is the possible answer. I note the vehemence of some viewers to the story line of having a young adult male in a relationship with a boy; it was interesting that I heard nothing but praise for "The Reader"...a little double standard? This is definitely a touchy subject; and, not to advocate sexual relationships between adults and children, BUT "Lost Soldier" won me over in the end because of the tenderness of the whole thing. The relationship between the two was very believable and quite touching. Mercifully, there were no graphic sex scenes to make me squirm uncomfortably as I did during "The Reader" Actually the film was quite moving and, if you can deal with the subject matter, highly recommended. It was interesting to see Jeroen Krabbe in this film after seeing him in the American films "Prince of Tides" and "The Fugitive"; Andrew Kelley as the Soldier was amazing and, unhappily, this is the only film he ever made since he apparently returned to dance with the Hungarian Dance Company after making this film. I believe he could have had quite a film career. Too bad!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago