Sight and Sound - 12/01/1984
"...The keynote is honest simplicity..."
New York Times - 01/18/1985
"...Kinski brings an immense vibrancy to the [film]....Fascinating for its foreignness..."
Variety - 05/23/1984
"...Well performed....Konchalovsky's storytelling proceeds at a smooth pace..."
Los Angeles Times - 01/25/1985
"...It approaches its grand passions with a woozy, rapturous seriousness associated with foreign films. Yet it is an impeccable piece of vintage Americana, right down to the slang..."
The horrors of war haunt a Second World War soldier who returns home and marries his childhood sweetheart. A compelling drama about the many terrible wounds, both physical and emotional, caused by violent social conflict.
Theatrical Release |
World War II