Flags of our Fathers (2006)

A Single Shot Can End The War

Original Title : Flags of Our Fathers
Director : Clint Eastwood
Writer : William Broyles Jr.
Paul Haggis
James Bradley
Ron Powers
Genre : Action
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Clint Eastwood , Robert Lorenz , Tim Moore , Steven Spielberg
Music : Clint Eastwood
Photography : Tom Stern
Distributor : DreamWorks Distribution
MPAA Rating : Rated R for sequences of graphic war violence and carnage, and for language.
IMDB ID : 0418689
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Ryan Phillippe John "Doc" Bradley
Jesse Bradford Rene Gagnon
Adam Beach Ira Hayes
John Benjamin Hickey Keyes Beech
John Slattery Bud Gerber
Barry Pepper Mike Strank
Jamie Bell Ralph "Iggy" Ignatowski
Paul Walker Hank Hansen
Robert Patrick Colonel Chandler Johnson
Neal McDonough Captain Severance
Melanie Lynskey Pauline Harnois
Thomas McCarthy James Bradley (as Tom McCarthy
Chris Bauer Commandant Vandergrift
Judith Ivey Belle Block
Myra Turley Madeline Evelley
Joseph Cross Franklin Sousley
Benjamin Walker Harlon Block
Alessandro Mastrobuono Lindberg
Scott Reeves Lundsford
Stark Sands Gust
George Grizzard John Bradley
Harve Presnell Dave Severance
George Hearn Walter Gust
Len Cariou Mr. Beech
Christopher Curry Ed Block
Bubba Lewis Belle's Young Son
Beth Grant Mother Gagnon
Connie Ray Mrs. Sousley
Ann Dowd Mrs. Strank
Mary Beth Peil Mrs. Bradley
David Patrick Kelly President Harry S.Truman
Jon Polito Borough President
Ned Eisenberg Joe Rosenthal
Gordon Clapp General "Howlin' Mad" Smith
V.J. Foster Major on Plane
Kirk B.R. Woller Bill Genaust
Tom Verica Lieutenant Pennel
Jason Gray-Stanford Lieutenant Schrier
Matt Huffman Lieutenant Wells
David Hornsby Louis Lowery
Brian Kimmet Sergeant 'Boots' Thomas
David Clennon Senator
David Rasche Senator
Tom Mason John Tennack
Patrick Dollaghan Businessman
James Newman Local Politician
Steven M. Porter Tourist
Dale Waddington Horowitz Tourist's Wife
Lennie Loftin Justice of the Peace
Mark Thomason Military Censor
Oliver Davis Young James Bradley
Sean Moran Waiter
Lisa Dodson Iggy's Mother
John Nielsen Senator Boyd
Jon Kellam Senator Haddigan
Ron Fassler Senator Robson
Denise Vlasis Luncheon Singer
Vivien Lesiak Luncheon Singer
John Henry Canavan Jailer
Jayma Mays Nurse in Hawaii
Yukari Black Tokyo Rose
John Hoogenakker Funeral Home Employee
Barry Sigismondi Police Sergeant
William Charlton Bartender
Beth Tapper Bar Car Beauty
Shannon Gayle Bar Car Beauty
Jim Cantafio Reporter (in LA
Mark Colson Reporter (in LA
Danny McCarthy Reporter (in Chicago
Patrick New Reporter (in Chicago
James Horan Reporter (in NYC
Michael Canavan Reporter at Hansen's
Erica Grant Secretary
Silas Weir Mitchell Lab Tech
George Cambio Lab Tech
Jóhann G. Jóhannsson Sergeant on Beach
Martin Delaney Marine at Cave
Daniel Forcey Marine on Beach
Björgvin Franz Gíslason Impaled Marine
Darri Ingolfsson Wounded Marine
Sigurdur Hilmar Gudjonsson Wouned Marine
Jeremiah Bitsui Young Indian
Nevin Millan American Indian Congress Member
Ali Costello Movie Star
Garth R. Hassell US Marine
Haley Nero Party patron (uncredited


In February, 1945, one of the fiercest battles of the Pacific theater of World War II occurs on the tiny island of Iwo Jima. Thousands of Marines attack the stronghold maintained by thousands of Japanese, and the slaughter on both sides is horrific. Early in the battle, an American flag is raised atop the high point, Mount Suribachi, and a photograph of the raising becomes an American cause celebre. As a powerful inspiration to war-sick Americans, the photo becomes a symbol of the Allied cause. The three surviving flag raisers, Rene Gagnon, John Bradley, and Ira Hayes, are whisked back to civilization to help raise funds for the war effort. But the accolades for heroism heaped upon the three men are at odds with their own personal realizations that thousands of real heroes lie dead on Iwo Jima, and that their own contributions to the fight are only symbolic and not deserving of the singling out they are experiencing. Each of the three must come to terms with the honors, exploitation, and grief that they face simply for being in a photograph.


another nomination for Clint, 19 October 2006 Author: DCJerzeygrl from United States A great film showing war as it was, and is: ugly, frantic, corporate, confusing, frustrating and very sad. Soldiers accompany their friends into horrific situations with terrible consequences. Ryan Phillippe, Adam Beach & Jesse Bradford are WONDERFUL. Paul Walker did not suck. Neal McDonough & Barry Pepper are great (pepper is older but still hot...fell in love with his bible-quoting sniper in SPRyan). Paul Haggis re-wrote the screenplay, which I really enjoyed. The music is haunting as done by Clint, as well as his son Kyle. Please don',t leave when the lights go up. B&W photos of the real people this film was based on are shown during the credits. I will see this film quite a few more times.
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