Saints and Soldiers

Rated PG-13 2004

Escaping from the clutches of the Nazis, a small group of American soldiers -- a tough-but-fair sergeant (Peter Asle Holden), a card-playing Cajun (Larry Bagby), an angry medic (Alexander Polinsky), and a pious Mormon (Corbin Allred) -- find themselves behind enemy lines in Belgium, forced to journey on foot through harsh winter snow. Along the way they find a crashed British pilot (Kirby Heyborne) who has crucial coded information that could help swing the tide of the war. Mormon director Ryan Little cuts back on the usual genre violence and language so as not to be too offensive to the faithful, but that doesn't affect the story any, which is still gripping and valuable in its embrace of true Christian forgiveness -- the ability to see the enemy as fellow human beings becomes key to the survival of our heroes, something our leaders today might want to consider. Heyborne's English character is a misstep, idiotically named Oberon Winley and performed with a highly suspect accent.

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