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.
Maybe if you are interested in the subject matter you can sit through this film, but I could not. The acting is so horrible and uninspiring. Bland would be the best word to describe every single performance in this film. The script was slow paced and not very well written.
Nothing was good about this film. Again - if you want to watch something about the subject matter it may appeal to you, but it is a terrible film with some of the worse acting every put onto film.
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