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||IMDB Rating: 7.5/10 from 1,357 votes
||Release: 3 March 1996 (USA) /
||Genre: Drama, History, War
||Director: John Frankenheimer,
||Stars: Andrew Kavovit, Carmen Argenziano, Cliff De Young, Denis Forest, Frederic Forrest, Frederick Coffin, Jarrod Emick, Jayce Bartok, Justin Henry, Kris Kamm, Matt McGrath, Olek Krupa, Ted Marcoux, Tony Higgins, William H. Macy
||Synopsis: Sort of Civil War version of "Schindler's List" looks at the atrocities that occurred in the 1864 prisoner-of-war camp run by the Confederacy in Georgia. The prison originally planned to house 8000, eventually swelled to 33,000 which left little shelter, food or water for the prisoners and unclean conditions. Written by John Sacksteder <[email protected]>
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My opinion is that Andersonville is the best Civil War movie ever made,
period. As a former Civil War reenactor, I'm not going to sit here and
nitpick at all the "mistakes." Were there mistakes? Sure. The timeline
was a little fuzzy for one. But that does not detract from the power of
this movie. The guards were not well fed regulars either, but so what?
don't have to take a test after watching this movie!
I think the REAL factor in Andersonville being such a great production was
the fact that you had no real "name" people involved. Fredric Forrest may
have been the biggest name in the film and is a career role actor - but
an actor! These guys busted their balls for this film and it really
I heard one reenactor complain that the characters seemed "cartoonish,"
I don't buy it. I bet he was refering to Jan Triska who played Wirz.
read up on Wirz. I think they got it pretty close.
Forgive me, my reenacting brethern, but alhough Gettysburg was a tolerable
film (I got to be an extra in that) and Gods and Generals was a disaster,
the problem with these productions was the fact that they relied way too
heavily on reenactors. Reenactors are NOT actors! They were used most
effectively in Glory, not so well in Gettysburg, and Gods and Generals?
Don't want to even go there. Andersonville followed Glory's success
in using reenactors as background with small parts filled in by them (my
buddy Martin Leibschner playing the banjo in the Raider camp was a good
of the talent reenactors can bring to film).
Frankenheimer must be given a lot of credit, as should the writer. The
script did get a little cheesy here and there, but not enough again to
the overall production. Jarrod Emick (sp?) as Josiah Day did a nice job,
but until that point he had been a stage actor mostly, and his voice
inflections projected that. Still, he did a great job. Peter Murnik as
Limber Jim added that "mystery character" to the film well (as the real
Limber Jim who was at Andersonville is a mystery to history). Again, I
can't think of one lame performance by any of the key actors here. They
110% into the job and I commend them for it. And whoever was involved in
set design was on the ball too. To try and recreate that place was no
I remember a reenactor bitching because for the "filling" of the stockade
for the wide shots, they had to use women and even cardboard figures. Big
frekin deal! When they are dots on the screen, did it REALLY
I can't see this movie being topped in terms of a Civil War period piece.
Hollywierd is always bent on turning just about every period piece into
type of romance for the younger target audience. Andersonville is
a refreshing change of pace to that drill.
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, Carmen Argenziano
, Cliff De Young
, Denis Forest
, Frederic Forrest
, Frederick Coffin
, Jarrod Emick
, Jayce Bartok
, Justin Henry
, Kris Kamm
, Matt McGrath
, Olek Krupa
, Ted Marcoux
, Tony Higgins
, William H. Macy
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