Although Eva is on screen for about two minutes in the whole 2 1/2 hours, her historical period look
is fascinating ~ and Andy outdoes himself as the general ~ sorry to see James Horner did not put out the soundtrack, which is gorgeous (not even on iTunes) and the theme song has a close proximity to "One Hand One Heart" from West Side Story (harmonically). Aside from some gruesome scenes of wartime, the storytelling is wonderful and look is authentic. Briefly at the beginning we see Peter O'Toole and later some recognizable character actors. But my biggest surprise was the "unknown" actors that completely inhabited their characters.
I knew nothing of the story going in, and found it fascinating. MUST GO!
Very engrossing story, wonderful acting, historically-based and the best use of 3D in a very long
time...so nice to NOT be disappointed in extra fee for 3D. Breath-taking opening 10 minutes, and delighted there were no credits until the very, very end of the picture.
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