Playwright R.C. Sherriff had seen first-hand the effect of years of war on his friends and knew the fear and terror of waiting for an impending attack, waiting for his journey's end. The characters in the play are a reflection of the men Sherriff had served with in the 9th Battalion of the East Surrey Regiment. See more »
This is definitely one of the best war movies I have ever seen.
No Rambo actions in this one. The title really depicts what the movies is all about A Journey's End. The brutality of war. Good men die like that . In times of war orders are orders. It is sad. I wonder all this potential gone to waste . Over 60 million people died in world wars. Countries destroyed. I wonder how the world would have been liked if only ...
I recommend you see this movie with high quality video . The sound is amazing& the cinematic . The acting is superb .
If you think that war is exciting . Think again . You ought to see it. Deserves a better rating.
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