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Thousand Yard Stare (2018)

| War | 7 May 2018 (UK)
Returning home after fighting in Africa during World War II, a soldier with PTSD finds reintegrating with family life increasingly difficult as he relives the battle of Kasserine Pass.


Aaron Kurmey
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Adam Munro Adam Munro ... Roland Rothach
Kirsten Wendlandt ... Barbara Rothach
Gin Fedotov Gin Fedotov ... Gefreiter Krause
Michael Dodge Michael Dodge ... Hauptmann Leise
Kelten Jensen ... Pvt. Inglis
Christopher Giles ... James Rothach
Mathieu Bourassa ... Pvt. Johnson
Kelsey Flower ... Pvt. Hobbs
Brian Christensen Brian Christensen ... Pvt. Painter
Kieran Testa Kieran Testa ... Pvt. Austin
Clint Yanchula Clint Yanchula ... Pvt. Fields
Ryan Hatt Ryan Hatt ... Sgt. Hendricks
Kevin Johnson Kevin Johnson ... Pvt. Fischer
Jason Schneider ... Roger Rogers
Michele Wienecke ... Shirley


During World War II, German forces crush the Americans at the 'Battle of Kasserine Pass'. A lone Sergeant, Roland Rothach, is separated from his platoon in the North Africa deserts. Captured by German soldiers, he's forced to face his worst fears. Fears that haunt him long after the war ends. Back home he struggles with flashbacks of the horrors and trauma he experienced, a failing marriage, and the emptiness of isolation.

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Release Date:

7 May 2018 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

Drumheller, Alberta, Canada See more »

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Rambunxious Entertainment See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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Solid Low Budget Effort
7 May 2018 | by jeffperrypartySee all my reviews

This is clearly a low budget indie film, so don't go in expecting Band of Brothers or Saving Private Ryan. Having said that, if you're able to look past a few sparse battlefields, and decent, but not perfect VFX, then you'll find a pretty good movie.

The first 30 minutes or so are a bit slow, but once you're past that and you get into battle scenes and the rhythm of the non-linear the it really starts to pick up. It's also really more of a drama about the effects of PTSD than a straight forward war film. But of course the distributors want to push the action to sell DVDs.

Even with its flaws this was a surprisingly interesting movie to watch. The non-linear structure was well done and different than what you'd find in this genre. And as a film buff, I'd love to know more about the behind the scenes of the production to see how they pulled off what they did on a limited budget.

In conclusion, don't look down on a movie because it didn't have a hundred million dollars. There's serious merit in new voices outside Hollywood.

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