From Here to Eternity15

Directed by Fred Zinnemann | USA | 1953 | 1h 58m | Starring Burt Lancaster, Deborah Kerr, Montgomery Clift, Donna Reed, Frank Sinatra

Set against the impending war, a group of American soldiers’ lives become entwined as they navigate relationships and face personal challenges. Among them is a stubborn soldier who refuses to box for his unit due to a past incident, a conflicted Sergeant torn between loyalty and love, and a self-destructive soldier caught in a sadistic sergeant’s web. With a stellar cast and stunning cinematography, Fred Zinnemann’s compelling adaptation of James Jones’ novel swept the Oscars and swiftly became an enduring American classic.

Reviews

‘A high-calibre Hollywood prestige drama, sharp and sobering, with top-drawer work from Lancaster, Clift and Sinatra.’
★★★★
Tim Robey, The Telegraph

‘Seduces as a hot-blooded spectacle that stitches emotional detail onto the epic canvas of history.’
★★★★
David Jenkins, Time Out

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