“Intelligent and moving depiction of the futility of war, with a superb script and mesmerising performances from all.” -- Empire Magazine
South Africa, 1901. In the waning months of the Boer War, the British Army arrested and court-martialed a trio of Australian infantry officers -- Harry "Breaker" Morant (Edward Woodward), Peter Handcock (Bryan Brown), and George Witton (Lewis Fitz-Gerald) -- over the summary execution of eight Boer POWs.
The enduringly controversial tale of their prosecution is stirringly delivered in Bruce Beresford's acclaimed, Oscar-nominated tale.
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