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King and Country

The story takes place on a film set in World War I. It is about a British Army lawyer - Captain Hargreaves is responsible for defending a lowly private.The private is accused of desertion. How does he do to prove the private's innocence?
Actors: James Hunter,
James Hunter
James Hunter 16 August 1943, London, England, UK
Dan Cornwall,
Dan Cornwall
Dan Cornwall
Tom Courtenay,
Tom Courtenay
Tom Courtenay 25 February 1937, Kingston-Upon-Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, UK
Raymond Brody,
Raymond Brody
Raymond Brody 14 February 1940, Hackney, London, England, UK
David Cook,
David Cook
David Cook 21 September 1940, Preston, Lancashire, England, UK
Brian Tipping,
Brian Tipping
Brian Tipping 27 July 1929, Guildford, Surrey, England, UK
Jonah Seymour,
Jonah Seymour
Jonah Seymour
Derek Partridge,
Derek Partridge
Derek Partridge
James Villiers,
James Villiers
James Villiers 29 September 1933, London, England, UK
Keith Buckley,
Keith Buckley
Keith Buckley 7 April 1941, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England, UK
Jeremy Spenser,
Jeremy Spenser
Jeremy Spenser 16 July 1937, London, England, UK
Genre: Drama
Director: Joseph Losey
Joseph Losey
Joseph Losey 14 January 1909, La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA
Country: United States
Release: 1964
IMDb: 7.5
Duration: 86 min
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CRITICS OF "King and Country"
San Francisco Examiner

May 11, 2003

Losey overcomes the script's soapbox aspirations with his crisp direction.
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

May 31, 2010

Tense, downbeat, class-conscious antiwar drama.
Apollo Guide

February 14, 2001

Losey creates a chilling sense of mood with nothing more than horrifying still images of a war-torn landscape.