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Going Home (1987)





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The title of this Anglo-Canadian TV production is tinged with irony. So far as the main characters are concerned, home is a still a long way to go. Set in the months following World War I, the film takes place in a squalid Welsh "halfway" camp, where Canadian soldiers are kept for an interminable period of time before the British government deigns to ship them home. Fed up with go-nowhere bureaucracy and the shabbiness of their surroundings, the Canadians stage a violent revolt. Based on a true story, Going Home represented the directorial debut of veteran costume designer Terry Ryan. Heading the cast are veteran Canadian actors Nicholas Campbell, Paul Maxwell and Eugene Lipinski. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Peter Banks
as Sgt. Maj. Wagner
Bernard Brown
as Sir William
Milan Cheylov
as Pvt. Yashin
Meredith Edwards
as Dr. Morgan
William Hope
as Lt. Anson
Bradley Lavelle
as Pvt. Franklin
Eugene Lipinski
as Maj. Bannerman
Paul Maxwell
as Col. Hatch
Ian Morton
as Pvt. Bates
Michael D. Roberts
as Capt. Tanner
Albert Schultz
as Lance Cpl. Millen
Peter Whitman
as Pvt. Corti
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