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Two soldiers : a story

Author: Andrew J SacksAaron SchneiderBen AllisonRon PerlmanDavid AndrewsAll authors
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : Shoe Clerk Picture Co., ©2003.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : Widescreen versionView all editions and formats
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Two soldiers is the story of two otherwise inseparable brothers, pulled apart by war. Set on the eve of America's involvement in World War II, Faulkner's story of love, loyalty and duty, resonates as meaningfully today as it did in 1942, when it was originally published in the Saturday Evening Post. Two soldiers and its heroic protagonists are Faulkner's loving homage to those who would sacrifice their lives and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Short films
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew J Sacks; Aaron Schneider; Ben Allison; Ron Perlman; David Andrews; Jonathan Furr; Alan Silvestri; William Faulkner; Shoe Clerk Picture Co.
OCLC Number: 55871419
Notes: Videodisc release of the 2003 short film.
Based on the short story : Two soldiers / by William Faulkner.
Credits: Director of photography, David Boyd ; editors, Aaron Schneider and Kelly Matsumoto ; music, Alan Silvestri.
Performer(s): Ben Allison, Ron Perlman, David Andrews, Jonathan Furr.
Awards: Winner, Academy Award for Best Live Action Short, 2003.
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (40 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Special features : 3 feature commentary tracks --
Behind the scenes documentary --
Behind the scenes image gallery --
The music of Alan Silvestri.
Other Titles: The music of Alan Silvestri.
2 soldiers
Responsibility: by William Faulkner ; produced by Andrew J. Sacks ; written & directed by Aaron Schneider.

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Two soldiers is the story of two otherwise inseparable brothers, pulled apart by war. Set on the eve of America's involvement in World War II, Faulkner's story of love, loyalty and duty, resonates as meaningfully today as it did in 1942, when it was originally published in the Saturday Evening Post. Two soldiers and its heroic protagonists are Faulkner's loving homage to those who would sacrifice their lives and family ties for the freedoms that America enjoys today.--Container

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