Memorial Day details
|Formats:||15 DVD, LOVEFiLM Instant|
|Starring:||Jonathan Bennett, Steven Luke, James Cromwell, John Cromwell, Jackson Bond, Mary Kay Fortier-Spalding, Emily Fradenburgh, Charles Hubbell, Corby Kelly, Jonathan Bennett, Chris Lefevre, Steven, Jonathan Bennett, Steven Luke, James Cromwell|
|Directors:||Samuel Fischer, Sam Fischer|
|Collections:||Just Arrived, Our Instant Picks, Staff Picks|
|1hr 43 mins||15|
LOVEFiLM Instant Information
|Run time:||1 hour 43 minutes|
|Rental release:||To be confirmed|
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Watch this film for sureBy Skono (13 reviews) , 31 Mar 2013
[Highly rated reviewer]A lovely and clever film that kept me gripped to the screen. Sad and yet happy. Almost made me cry.
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Wonderful And Emotional!!!By jofussy (1 review) , 06 Dec 2013Excellent film! Very moving and reminds us all of the sacrifices that were made and are still made today. Highly recommend watching.
We must rememberBy stamfordmg (1 review) , 26 Nov 2013Nice film, it serves to remind the children of war veterans to ensure their memories live on and to share and pass on their experiences. My dad never spoke much of what he did and I regret not knowing more.
Less is more!By Viveka (61 reviews) , 16 Nov 2013This is visually pleasing and well filmed from that perspective but I found it was too contrived in pulling sentiment at every level. It just ladled it on with every scene and throughout the dialogue so that too many of the characters spoke in quotable epigrams. It would have been better to build on the tension and drama and the emotional side of the story would have come through at its own level - less is more!
thought provokingBy a customer , 26 Oct 2013sometimes we should just listen whilst we still have some veterans left , if they should want to talk then that's pay them the respect they deserve . A thought provoking film , when a old soldier weeps for a buddy who died over nearly 70 years ago you know it runs deep .
The best bit...By a customer , 24 Oct 2013...is when the mail man comes at about 1hr 31mins. Cuts straight through the wooden sentimentality. Keep yours eyes peeled.