Soldier Blue DVD

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Stained with the blood of the innocent. In the aftermath of a massacre by the Cheyenne only two survivors remain: Honus a private in the army dedicated to his responsibilities and Cresta a woman who had been living with the Cheyenne for two years. As they journey back to the Cavalry's base Honus finds himself torn between his growing attraction to Cresta and his revulsion towards her anti-government views. However he will soon learn the truth...

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Released
21 March 2005
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Momentum Pictures Home Ent 
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Runtime
110 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5060049145839 
  • Average Rating for Soldier Blue [1970] - 4 out of 5


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  • Soldier Blue [1970]
    Stuart Donaldson

    This insightful and honest depiction of the dispute between the aboriginal residents of North America and the settlers/government forces is a depiction of the horrors of human behaviour.
    The sympathies lay with Candice Bergen's character but when the story unfolds through Honus and Cresta's personal views and arguements as a debate on the situation the story becomes even more interesting.
    The native warriors are depicted as savage but the real savage undertones come from the supposedly civilised aspect of authority.
    There are scenes of extreme violence with the violation of the native peoples and the absolutisim of the government representatives.
    Not for the young or squeamish,although tame in parts by today's standards there are scenes which convey an impression of reality.

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