The Officer's Ward (2001)

  |  Drama, Romance, War

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French lieutenant has been mutilated in the early days of World War I, so he is forced to adapt in hospital to a new life.


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27 December 2003 | pulp150
'How Can You Live With Yourself When You Cannot Look At Yourself...' This is a superb film. It makes me sad and angry. This is one of the great classic anti war movies. When you like Al quiet on the western front, Gallipoli and La vie et rien d'autre you most definitely should see this film!!! Beautiful cinematography, lighting, camera, great acting and story / script. The director (François Dupeyron) made a moving picture. I hadn't seen a movie about world war I victims that have disfigured faces. But I read books about it. The look of Frankensteins monster is based upon these

men. The horror of this world war has had is effect on not only film, but art and daily life as well. This was the first war with weapons of mass destruction,

revolutionary weapons. But medicine and surgery advanced as well. So this war has created living monsters. This movie shows how these monsters survived

during and after the war.

SUPERB FILM!!! I rated 9.

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Release Date:

26 September 2001



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Box Office


FRF48,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:


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