A Midnight Clear

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Time Out says

As the end of World War II approaches, a group of American soldiers settle in a deserted house on the Franco-German border in order to report on enemy movements. But their foe remains elusive, and after making contact with these young, nervous men, the Germans prove strangely unwilling to attack. Less war movie than psychological thriller, writer/director Gordon's absorbing, stylised adaptation of William Wharton's novel explores issues of faith and morality. The performances are uniformly excellent as the film moves inexorably towards bloody confrontation and spiritual reckoning.
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Release details

UK release:

1991

Duration:

108 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Keith Gordon

Cast:

Frank Whaley, Gary Sinise, Ethan Hawke, Arye Gross, Kevin Dillon, Peter Berg, John C McGinley

Music:

Mark Isham

Production Designer:

David Nichols

Editor:

Donald Brochu

Cinematography:

Tom Richmond

Screenwriter:

Keith Gordon

Producer:

Bill Borden, Dale Pollock

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