War Film Collection: Brotherhood / 9th Company / Intimate Enemies £5.97 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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War Film Collection: Brotherhood / 9th Company / Intimate Enemies £5.97 @ Amazon

£5.97 @ Amazon
Three brilliant war movies for £5.97, that works out at £1.99 each, you simply cannot go wrong, if you haven't seen these films I strongly recommend you watch them. Amazon Synopsis This collecti…
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Three brilliant war movies for £5.97, that works out at £1.99 each, you simply cannot go wrong, if you haven't seen these films I strongly recommend you watch them.

Amazon Synopsis

This collection includes;
BROTHERHOOD (2004), brothers Jin-Seok and Jin-Tae come from a poverty-stricken family who have placed all their hopes in Jin-seok, the younger of the two. When Jin-seok is drafted during the Korean War, Jin-Tae also joins up in order to tirelessly work for his brother's release. This moving war drama became the highest-grossing film in Korea.

Based on real events, epic war movie 9TH COMPANY (2005) follows a group of Soviet soldiers from boot camp to fighting in Afghanistan and their battle against 400 Afghan rebels on the Djardan '3234' Heights in January 1989.

INTIMATE ENEMIES (2007) Florent Emilio Siri wrote and directed this engrossing French drama which follows a French platoon during the Algerian War of Independence of 1954-1962. The film gives a more personal account of the devastating conflict; unflinchingly exposing the complex morality of the strategies used, and highlighting the psychological effect on the soldiers involved.
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#1
I've never seen the films before, I'm tempted seeing you rate them quite highly.... Problem is I spent so much cash this month thanks to hot uk deals !!

Only £4.99 at Play.com though.
http://www.play.com/DVD/DVD/4-/5606721//Product.html?
#2
I actually looked on Play and never saw that, now that is incredibly cheap for such great films.
#3
Worth it for Brotherhood alone!
#4

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