Instrument of War [DVD]

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Instrument of War [DVD]

Instrument of War [DVD]

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We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. Its about surviving in a prisoner of war camp run by commandant who gave them the bear minimum to survive and the instrument was something they focused on to get through it. Upon being taken in, the first person he meets is Larry Packer (Daniel Betts), a high-ranking US military official who introduces him to the rest of his barracks. During World War One, whistles were used to signal the infantry to go 'over the top', in other words, to leave the trenches and advance to contact with the enemy.

Wesley Johnson's lensing is edgier than we often see from a BYU production, yet it fits the film beautifully while living within BYU's usual emphasis on strong values.How the manufacturer can sale a DVD in USA with a different region that belongs to another country territories (Europe)?

Instrument of War Independent WWII drama based on the events surrounding Clair Cline, a US bomber pilot who was shot down and taken to a prisoner of war camp. Our vision is to be the family entertainment brand that young people want, parents trust, and families enjoy together.The mission of BYUtv is to create purposeful, engaging viewing and listening experiences that entertain, inspire, uplift, and improve families and communities. Inspired by a fellow prisoner who built a radio out of “this and that”, Clair spends the bulk of the film pooling together various resources to build a violin from scratch.

When a driven doctor doesn't get the prestigious position she planned for, she unexpectedly finds herself moving to a remote Alaskan town. Johnson has been a fan of Cooke lenses for a decade, as an AFI Alumnus and having worked as a professional cinematographer for the past six years. First Lieutenant Clair Cline is taken as a prisoner of war in Germany, where he befriends the other prisoners and helps them and himself through this difficult time in creative and caring ways including building a violin to play for the camp. Good acting and a true story, which at times makes you think about WW2 and what these brave men went through. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.Nor is it if all your interested in is fast forwarding looking for gore and suffering in the death march or brutality of say Unbroken or To End All Wars, because you won't find that here. The structure of the army, the life of its soldiers, its strengths and weaknesses, the personalities that gave it such a unique character, from top to bottom, are all considered.

To most of the inhabitants of Central Europe the army was the state, and their lives cannot be understood without examining it. The violin was, indeed, finished in time for the holidays and Cline became known for his playing of Christmas carols throughout the camp. Obviously no large orchestral recitals would take place here, but individuals or small groups of musicians would try to lighten the gloom.Although such instruments lack the depth and tone of a genuine and full-size cello, the sound they produce is very recognisable and it comes surprisingly close to the real thing. This study examines its response in terms of both military organization and the civil infrastructure required to support it. The climactic moment of the film requires a similarly high caliber of suspension of disbelief, but it’s so well executed that it ends up being more forgivable. Now behind Nazi barbed wire and oppression, Cline and his fellow POW's must find a way to bond together to not just survive but transcend their captivity.



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