The action takes place in a shelter in Aisne in 1918. This is the story of a group of British officers commanded by a mentally decaying young Stanhope officer and waiting for his fate.
Journey's End Solarmovie review
The film Journey's End impressed me with the intellectual and visual subtlety of posing problems, as well as unusual criticality and directness in diagnosing the state of world society. I can endlessly admire the cinema and in particular the Saul Dibb director, because this film awakens many emotions in the audience, from joy to pity. The film revolutionized the Drama genre by bringing back the audience's interest in the idea. To summarize, it seems to me that very few such high-quality films came out in... Show more