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I just watched this movie, and was wondering whether the film accurately depicted a 'standard' stop and search in a busy city. Does the search always begin with a simple command, "Show me your ID" or are they supposed to lead up to that by asking, "How are you?" and "What's your name" before escalating the inquiry to the level of asking them for their ID. (I'd think they could have gotten a lot more cooperation by asking the people on the street a couple lead-ins first, before going for a full-out "Show me your ID.")184.108.40.206 06:34, 13 March 2007 (UTC)
Will there be a sequel to this film? About halfway through the film, we learn the reason for the film's title: One of the girls that enlisted, thought she would be stationed quite a bit farther away from home than she actually was. Naturally, there is a much deeper symbolism going on. Still, the movie seems to imply that there would be a sequel.220.127.116.11 06:34, 13 March 2007 (UTC)