For Queen & Country (1988)
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A retired British soldier struggles to adjust to everyday life, with increasing difficulty.
Reuben, having been discharged from the British military, returns to London after a tour of duty in Northern Ireland and the Falklands, where he was decorated as a war Hero. However, given his vocation to his country, he finds interviews for jobs surprisingly difficult to arrange, even though they were sorted out by his careers officers in the army. Within time, he realises his illustrious army record holds no sway in everyday life.
A soldier in Britain's elite Paratroop Regiment leaves the army, during which he served in Northern Ireland & fought in the 1982 Falklands war. Upon his return to civilian life, he finds himself back where he started out. Although he begins with good intentions, he slowly but surely falls back into a life of petty crime with devastating consequences.
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