Biographical television programs
War television programs
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
|提及的人：||Rudyard Kipling; John Kipling; Rudyard Kipling; John Kipling|
Rebecca Eaton; James Flynn; Morgan O'Sullivan; David Haig; Michael Casey; Douglas Rae; Brian Kirk; Daniel Radcliffe; Carey Mulligan; Julian Wadham; Martin McCann; Kim Cattrall; Lorna Marie Mugan; Adrian Johnston; Dave Arrowsmith; Tim Murrell; David Odd; Ingenious Broadcasting (Firm),; Octagon Films,; Bord Scannán na hÉireann,; Granada International Productions Limited,; Ecosse Films (Firm),; WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.),; BBC Video (Firm),; 2 Entertain Video (Firm),; BBC Worldwide Americas, Inc.,; Warner Home Video (Firm),
|語言註釋：||English subtitles for the deaf and hearing impaired.|
|注意：||Based on the stage play by David Haig.
Special features: Deleted scenes; Interviews (with Daniel Radcliffe, David Haig, and Kim Cattrall).
|餘額：||Costume designer, Lorna Marie Mugan ; music by Adrian Johnston ; production designer, Dave Arrowsmith ; editor, Tim Murrell ; cinematographer, David Odd.|
|演員名單:||David Haig, Daniel Radcliffe, Carey Mulligan, Julian Wadham, Martin McCann, Kim Cattrall.|
|活動注釋：||Originally broadcast as a made-for-TV movie in 2007.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (approximately 120 min.) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|詳述：||DVD, region 1, widescreen (16:9 enhanced) presentation; Dolby Digital stereo., DVD9, NTSC.|
|内容：||Special features: Widescreen version --
Interview with Daniel Radcliffe, David Haig and Kim Catrall --
Deleted scenes --
Language: Englishstereo --
|責任：||executive producers, Rebecca Eaton, James Flynn, Morgan O'Sullivan ; writer, David Haig ; producers, Michael Casey, Douglas Rae ; director, Brian Kirk ; a co-production of Ingenious Broadcasting in association with Octagon Films with the participation of Bord Scannán na hÉireann/Irish Film Board ; in association with Granada International ; an Ecosse Films and WGBH/Boston production.|
It's 1914 and the British Empire's greatest supporter, Rudyard Kipling, is at the peak of his literary fame. Kipling's son, Jack, is determined to play his part in the imminent war with Germany but finds himself rejected due to his poor eyesight. Kipling uses his influence to land Jack a commission in the Irish Guards. Kipling's wife, Caroline, is bitterly upset, failing to see the glory in losing her only son to the war. How will the great writer, torn between his two greatest passions--devotion to King and Country and love for his family--justify the consequences of his actions to himself and his wife?