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The Forgotten tells the story of an American Corporal's last days while left to command his isolated front line tank unit during the Korean War.

Director:

Vincente Stasolla
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Cast

Credited cast:
Randy Ryan ... William
Betty Ouyang ... Kim Jong Soo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Malcolm Barrett ... Anderson
Stephen Kilcullen Stephen Kilcullen ... Packs
David McMahan ... O'Brian
Salim Rahman Salim Rahman ... Cook
Janan Raouf ... Elizabeth
Christopher Benson Reed Christopher Benson Reed ... Sgt. Moore
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Chronicled through his journal, William Bryne, an idealistic, God-fearing young man, volunteers for war for the noblest of reasons; Duty, God, and Country. The deaths of the platoon's officers and a sergeant's suicide have pressed Corporal Bryne into command. Then comes word of the improbable, William must lead his beleaguered and outnumbered men into battle. William struggles to maintain his faith and understand his place between good and evil, while his tank crew comes to grips with their impending fate. After saving a Korean soldier's life and quelling a desertion and mutiny, William musters his last shred of idealism and leads his men into battle. Written by Anonymous

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Action | Drama

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Country:

USA

Release Date:

7 November 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A magányos szakasz See more »

Filming Locations:

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Excellently made film!
9 February 2004 | by johndepaloSee all my reviews

The forgotten is an amazingly directed film that transports the viewer into the harsh realities of what transpired during the Korean War. Vincent Disola shows amazing talent, and is able to tell a deeply emotional story of love, hate, and human nature that ends with an unforseen surprise.

Vincent is able to reach the viewers heart through realistic dialogue, ever changing camera angles, and impressive and action packed tank scenes. Filming inside a tank is one tremendous obstacle that Vince so easily overcomes, reinforcing his great talent and true skill as a director. There are very few indipendent directors that have put together such a great work as the forgotten. It is nice to see a war movie that is filled with action, intensity and suspense, but a great plot as well. This movie is a must see! Vincent Disola has definitely put his face on the map of the movie industry, and I can not wait to see what is next from him.


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