PG-13 | | Adventure, Drama, Romance
A British officer resigns his post just before battle and subsequently receives four white feathers from his friends and fiancee as symbols of what they believe to be his cowardice.
This story has been made into films of the same title at least 6 times as far back as a silent film in 1915
By 1884 over a quarter of the earth's surface had been conquered by the British Army. There was no greater honor for a young man than to fight for Queen and Country. Those that refused the call to arms brought shame and humiliation on their friends ...
In the locker room scene, when Gustave throws the rugby ball at Edward, he throws it with one hand in the close up shot, but with two hands in the wide shot from behind.
After being rated R by the MPAA the film was cut for a more commercial PG-13 certification.
$6,857,879 (USA) (22 September 2002)
$18,306,166 (USA) (1 December 2002)
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