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Rated NR · 112 minutes · 2006

War

"The Fallen"is the three-sided story about German, Italian, and American soldiers set in Northern Italy during the final weeks of the Second World War. Shot in three languages on location in the United States and Italy with a cast of World War II "re-enactors," the film follows a group of American supply soldiers on a mission to the front line; a doomed German unit struggling to maintain morale and discipline in the face of certain defeat; and the divided Italians, fascists and communist partisans who have turned brother against brother in a bloody civil war.

Official Site: www.thefallenmovie.com
Director: Ari Taub
Writer: Nick Day and Caio Ribeiro
Producer: Curtis Mattikow
Cast: Daniel Asher, Matthew Black, Justin Brett, Bob Brown, Hans-Dieter Brückner, Achim Buchner, Pierluigi Corallo, Nathan Crooker, Emanuele Fortunati and Britton Herring

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