Gallipoli

Gallipoli
Gallipoli

Year

1981

Duration

110 minutes

Genres

Period and Historical, War Films

Language

English

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In 1915, a combined British, Australian and New Zealand force attacked Turkey in the Battle of Gallipoli. It was a disaster, and the Australians and New Zealanders blamed - and still blame - boneheaded British leadership. The story is here told through the experiences of two young Australian athletes who volunteer for the army in time for the ill-fated campaign. In no rush to get to the battle, the film first lets us get to know the characters really well, so we're completely absorbed by their fates.

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language and contains moderate references to war horror.

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