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||IMDB Rating: 5.5/10 from 238 votes
||Release: 22 April 2004 (USA) /
||Genre: Drama, War
||Director: Robert Clem,
||Stars: Adam Groves, Ari Fliakos, Cosmo Pfeil, Daniel Stewart Sherman, Hillary Keegin, Ian Pfister, James Nardella, Joe Delafield, Matt Seidman, P.J. Sosko, Rik Alan Walter, Steve Cuiffo, Terry Serpico, Thomas Sadoski, Tina Benko
||Synopsis: A troubled veteran of World War I named Joe Delaney struggles to write a history of the Marine company in which he served. In the nightmare of war, each man is defined by a singular moment in which his true character is revealed. Finally Delaney must confront the dead German soldier who still haunts his dreams. Written by Robert Clem
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Company K by Robert Clem is a serious work that should be seen, and,
more importantly, re-seen.
The film begins with a quotation from William March's autobiographical
World War I novel of the same name, but it could have begun with the
quotation from Erich Maria Remarque's novel, All Quiet on the Western
Front: "This book is neither an accusation nor a confession. It will
simply tell of a generation of men who, even though they may have
escaped its shells, were destroyed by the war." There are differences.
Remarque's book was about German soldiers, whereas Company K is about
American soldiers. And Company K is more of an accusation and a
confession, although the film has an overall documentary feel.
The plot is a string of episodes, each focusing on a key experience of
a different soldier in the unit. The structure follows March's plan for
his book where each story is placed on a wheel and the wheel spun "in
an unending circle of pain." Some viewers might find this narrative
structure too unusual because there isn't really a high climax. The end
of the war is simply a brief episode bridging to the postwar traumas of
Private Joe Delaney (March) and others. This anticlimactic episode is
handled subtly: The soldiers don't jump up and throw their helmets in
the air; they sigh, stare dumbly, and drop their helmets to the ground.
Many other episodes have similar ironic strength. A country soldier who
has never seen an airplane exclaims one's approach; he is strafed.
Inexperienced officers talk Ivy League politics but make battlefield
blunders; one attempts suicide and another is murdered by an exhausted
enlisted man. Two soldiers with grumbling stomachs eat blood-soaked
enemy pumpernickel. An experienced French prostitute admits that she
had promised to save herself for her boyfriend until he was killed
early in the war.
In a prologue scene before the opening credits, Delaney tells his wife
of his book about the war. She advises him to leave out the part about
murdering a group of German prisoners. It's a well-chosen prologue --
the events surrounding that episode and its aftermath are the film's
The young actors are excellent and perform with conviction. Dialog is
well written and delivered. The authenticity of uniforms, weapons,
vehicles, and battlefield locations is impressive. There is no cast of
a thousand extras, but the judicious use of actual WWI footage expands
the scope some.
Company K is one of those few films that get better with re-seeing.
Fresh nuances appear each time wiping blood off bayonets, soldiers
crossing themselves as shells falls on friends, battle-fatigued faces
and the effect grows. This film ought to be studied alongside the novel
in college courses.
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, Ari Fliakos
, Cosmo Pfeil
, Daniel Stewart Sherman
, Hillary Keegin
, Ian Pfister
, James Nardella
, Joe Delafield
, Matt Seidman
, P.J. Sosko
, Rik Alan Walter
, Steve Cuiffo
, Terry Serpico
, Thomas Sadoski
, Tina Benko
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