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Midnight Clear, A (1992)
Rating:
Starring: Peter Berg, Kevin Dillon, Arye Gross, Ethan Hawke, John C. McGinley, Gary Sinise, Frank Whaley
Director: Keith Gordon
Category: Drama, War
Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Subtitles:
English,French
Length:
108 mins

 
 

 

"Two Thumbs Up"- Siskel & Ebert

A Midnight Clear ranks with Black Hawk Down for its stunning emotional impact.

Set during December 1944, it is the story of a small army intelligence platoon sent on a dangerous mission to the German front. Constant fear and unremitting tension build as the greenhorn recruits search out the enemy. But when they finally discover a Nazi camp, they find a small band of frightened soldiers not unlike themselves. A tentative truce is forged as the two platoons overcome their fear to celebrate Christmas together. But soon the tides of war change, and their separate peace explodes into horrifying violence.

Intense, suspenseful and mesmerizing, A Midnight Clear is both a shattering indictment of war and a searing testament to courage. Academy Award

 
 
   
   

 
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