If you think what we do is worthwhile, please donate or become a member advertisement Cold Mountain R - 7. Set in After a woman Nicole Kidman loses everything except her decaying farm, she must try to survive while waiting for the man Jude Law she loves to return to her from the Civil War. She is helped by another woman Renee Zellweger and some neighbors, but she finds that she must also fight off the attentions of a man who has proclaimed himself the law in her community. Also with Eileen Atkins and Brendan Gleeson. Directed by Anthony Minghella.
Federal troops have dug a hundred-yard-long tunnel, opened a cavern beneath an outer line of Confederate defenses, and packed it with explosives. When they touch off the fuse, many soldiers who thought they were at least momentarily safe from attack are blown to bits. The hand-to-hand fighting is sickening to watch. The first hour of the film uses repeated flashback technique. Theirs was a proper and very distant romance, with only a single kiss just as Inman left to join the war. But as Inman witnesses the horrors of the battlefield and Ada faces hardship at home, the one stabilizing force for both of them is the hope that they may be reunited someday. Inman, in a makeshift military hospital recovering from wounds, decides to go AWOL and rejoin Ada if he can.
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