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  • The war drove them apart and now, through that situation, they make their way back to find each other

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      This is the story of a man who is thrown in the middle of the American Civil War and the trials that he must go through. On the flip side of that situation is his journey, a journey that he makes back to the arms of the woman that he loves, and that loves him in return. The war

      drove them apart and now, through that situation, they make their way back to find each other. The story focuses on the two stories, one of the man and his war torn travels, and the other is that of the woman and her journey through self discovery of the world at large, seeing as how she is of a ...

      • well off family, the war has made her a woman of the world now. This can easily be called a tragic love story, due to the lengths that they must put themselves through. There is one particular scene that is so very amusing that if you are watching it on DVD, you are going to be certain to rewind
        and watch again and again, that scene is when Kidman’s character comes across the chicken and fears it and Zellweger’s character comes up and kills the chicken you are going to have to see it to get the humor of it, you are going to laughing up a gut. Even though this is a serious movie, a little humor is good. Happy viewing!




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