An incredible cast of actors in 4k movies blu ray Glory 1989. Edward Zwick shot an amazing picture, download and see for yourself. Colonel Shaw was an officer in the Federal Army during the American Civil War. He volunteered to become the commander of the first unit of black soldiers in US history. The colonel must train them and lead them into battle. But there is too little time for preparation, and there is a decisive battle ahead with the regular troops of the southerners.
Colonel Shaw will have to deal with racial prejudices of both his enemies (who have been ordered to shoot the commanders of black battalions), and his fellow officers who begin to despise him for his choice.
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“Glory” (1989) film by Edward Zwick.
1862, American Civil War. Confederate army captain Robert Gould Shaw (Matthew Broderick) after being injured during the battle at Antittam returns to his native Boston. At his fathers house, he receives an offer to lead the Fifty-fourth Infantry Regiment, formed by personal order of President Lincoln, which will be composed entirely of black volunteer soldiers. More than 700 former slaves eager to fight for their freedom appear at the recruitment point. But first, they have to go through military training at the Redville camp, Massachusetts, where every day, despite ridicule and humiliation, with the help of their commander, they will more and more affirm their belief that they will be able to fight in this war on an equal footing with white. After Radville, the fifty-fourth regiment will be relocated to South Carolina, where Army Commander General Harker will surrender the regiment under the command of General Montgomery of the devastating city, which was recently under federal influence. But thanks to his perseverance, Robert Shaw will be able to achieve the transfer of his regiment from stock to active combat units. And only on July 16, 1863, ten months after the order on the formation of the fifty-fourth regiment, his soldiers will take their first battle near the island of James …
Edward ZwickÂs tape is based in part on letters from Robert Gould Shaw to his mother, from the start of military service until the last letter prior to the assault on Fort Wagner. That courage inherent in Robert Shaw and the soldiers of his fifty-fourth infantry regiment played an important role in forming the foundation thanks to which America, as we know not yet soon, but at some point can get rid of those prejudices that lie in its history. ÂValor was the first experience for Zwick in filming a large-scale historical drama, later there will be ÂLegends of Autumn (1994), ÂThe Last Samurai (2003), ÂBlood Diamond (2005), as well as their first collaboration with Denzel Washington, their cooperation will be continued with two tapes – ÂCourage in battle (1996) and ÂSiege (1998). In addition to the aforementioned Matthew Broderick and Denzel Washington, the film was also attended by such wonderful actors as Cary Elvis, Morgan Freeman and Bob Ganton.
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