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This film tells the story of a young soldier who battles with himself on whether to follow the dubious orders of his sergeant.
The story is well told, as it highlights the battles of the young soldier. The intimidation by the sergeant is portrayed effectively, making the young soldier crack and fear for his own safety. It is very sad that the young soldier had to endure such an ordeal.
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