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Australian War Films Seen

I've seen a few Aussie made war films over the years including
Gallipoli
Breaker Morant
The Lighthorsemen
Forty Thousand Horsemen
Cowra Breakout
The Rats of Tobruk
The Odd Angry Shot
Kokoda
Attack Force Z
The Last Bullet
Prisoners of the Sun
The Highest Honour


I'm sure there is few more I've forgotten about.

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Add ANZAC's mini-series to the list.

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there has been a WW1 tunnel one now too..Hill 61, or something??

and I'd probably recommend both 1980s Vietnam war mini-series, even though they will looks all, well, 80s, now..

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I caught one with Miss Kidman in it a while back. What is the other one?

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I can't remember which is which, but I think she is in one simply called 'Vietnam"..

the other, which did not even come out too long b4 it, was called 'Sword of Honour", Andrew Clarke I think was top-bill..

they were both at least fair..

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Thanks

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the sword refers to the ceremonial officer's sword,as Clarke's main character is a Duntroon officer's academy cadet, like the Australian Sandhurst/West Point..


http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0090532/?ref_=rvi_tt

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yeah...it was ok, but it did not change my life or anything, I think there was maybe a UK one re the tunnels, as well..
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