Field of Honor (1986 film)

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Field of Honor
Field of Honor.jpg
Part of movie poster
Directed by Kim Dae-hie
Hans Scheepmaker
Produced by Yoram Globus, Menahem Golan, Hyeon-suk Han
Written by Henk Bos
Kim Dae-hie
Starring Everett McGill
Ron Brandsteder
Bart Römer
Music by Roy Budd
Cinematography Hein Groot
Eung-Hwi Heo
Edited by Victorine Habets
Distributed by Cannon Films
Release dates
26 September 1986 (South-Korea)
19 March 1987 (Netherlands)
Running time
110 min
Country Netherlands
South Korea
Language English
Korean

Field of Honor (Dutch: Het veld van eer) is a 1986 Dutch/South Korean war film set during the Korean war, directed by Kim Dae-hie and Hans Scheepmaker.

Plot summary[edit]

After an attack by Chinese troops a Dutch sergeant (whose troops committed atrocities against the local population) finds himself alone in the field. He meets a young Korean woman who tries to save her little brother who is shell shocked. This changes the sergeant's outlook on the war.

Cast[edit]

Reception[edit]

The film got a negative review in the Dutch communist newspaper De Waarheid.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Van Eerten, Ronald (March 20, 1987). "Field of honor wijkt af van oorlogstraditie". De Waarheid (in Dutch). p. 9. Retrieved November 30, 2011. 

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