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The Way Back is Australian legend Peter Weir's first film since 2003's Master and Commander so I'm very excited to be seeing this first trailer arrive.

When they escape a Siberian labor camp in 1940, seven courageous multi-national prisoners discover the true meaning of friendship as their epic journey takes them across thousands of miles of hostile terrain en-route to India and their freedom.

The Way Back stars Colin Farrell, Ed Harris, Jim Sturgess and Saoirse Ronan (who first came to our attention from City of Ember).

Check out the trailer (via: Beyond Hollywood) for Peter Weir's The Way back after the break.

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tiger tim (11 years ago) Reply

---Looking WAY toooooo gq meets 'Outward
Bound'. AND we'd held high hopes the
truly talented and accomplished Weir
would've been smart enough to steer clear
of the done-to-death, ad nausem, anachronistic Hollywood WW2 franchise

ESP. as BOTH the 20th anniversary of
the Tiennamen Masacre AND the 60th anniversary of the KOREAN WAR were
AGAIN ---"mysteriously overlooked'...


Aladdin Sarsippius (11 years ago) Reply

Like others I wonder what this has to do with
the original mission of QE.
++ for the always in-understandable captcha's


Clemens Forell (11 years ago) Reply

Looks to me as one more stupid rip-off of Hardy Martins masterpiece "Far as My Feet Will Carry Me /Clemens Forell"...


Lotus Eater (11 years ago) Reply

Filthy murdering communists worked folks to death in these prison slave camps.

Yeah, Id like to go in that tipi.


Wosiu (11 years ago) Reply

To Clemens Forell.

You are stupid.

"The Way Back" is based on true story book "The Long Walk: a True Story of a trek to Fredom" by Slawomir Rawicz. Review
Cavalry officer Slavomir Rawicz was captured by the Red Army in 1939 during the German-Soviet partition of Poland and was sent to the Siberian Gulag along with other captive Poles, Finns, Ukranians, Czechs, Greeks, and even a few English, French, and American unfortunates who had been caught up in the fighting. A year later, he and six comrades from various countries escaped from a labor camp in Yakutsk and made their way, on foot, thousands of miles south to British India, where Rawicz reenlisted in the Polish army and fought against the Germans. The Long Walk recounts that adventure, which is surely one of the most curious treks in history.


anon Ymus (11 years ago) Reply

---This cast doesn't look. sound or feel the
least bit slavic.

This is NOT Weir territory.

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