Ed Harris and Colin Farell in The Way Back
With Kirsty Lang. Colin Farrell and Ed Harris star in Peter Weir's film The Way Back, based on a story of prisoners who escaped from a Siberian Gulag in World War Two.
Six-time Oscar nominee Peter Weir directs The Way Back, starring Colin Farrell, Ed Harris and Saoirse Ronan as prisoners who escape from a Siberian gulag during the second world war, and trek thousands of miles to freedom. Based on a memoir by Slawomir Rawicz, the film is reviewed by Kate Muir.
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Producer Claire Bartleet.
The Way Back
Six-time Oscar nominee Peter Weir directs The Way Back, starring Colin Farrell, Ed Harris and Saoirse Ronan as prisoners who escape from a Siberian gulag during the second world war. We review.
- Mon 20 Dec 2010 19:15