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The Way Back






The Way Back

Category: Drama
All Genres: Drama
Release Year: 2010
Country: USA
Runtime: 133
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: Peter Weir
Sound: Dolby Digital
Taglines:

  • Their escape was just the beginning

  • Writing by: Keith R. Clarke – screenplay
    Slavomir Rawicz – novel "The Long Walk: The True Story of a Trek to Freedom"
    Peter Weir – screenplay

    Produced by: Mohamed Khalaf Al-Mazrouei – executive producer
    Tobin Armbrust – executive producer
    Ed Borgerding – executive producer
    Alexander Yves Brunner – co-executive producer
    Keith R. Clarke – executive producer
    Guy East – executive producer
    Jake Eberts – executive producer
    Duncan Henderson – producer
    Robert Huberman – line producer: India
    Adam Leipzig – executive producer
    Joni Levin – producer
    Marius A. Markevicius – associate producer
    Simon Oakes – executive producer
    John Ptak – executive producer
    Scott Rudin – executive producer
    Jonathan Schwartz – executive producer
    Roee Sharon – co-producer
    Nigel Sinclair – producer
    Dileep Singh Rathore – line producer: India
    Peter Weir – producer

    Cast: Dragos Bucur – Zoran
    Colin Farrell – Valka
    Ed Harris – Mr. Smith
    Alexandru Potocean – Tomasz
    Saoirse Ronan – Irena
    Gustaf Skarsgård – Voss
    Mark Strong – Khabarov
    Jim Sturgess – Janusz
    Sebastian Urzendowsky – Kazik
    Zahary Baharov – Interrogator
    Sally Edwards – Janusz's Wife, 1939

    Music: Burkhard von Dallwitz
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    Plot Outline:

    The story centers on a year in the life of three men trying to survive a round of corporate downsizing at a major company – and how that affects them, their families, and their communities.


    Plot:

    Siberian gulag escapees walk 4000 miles overland to freedom in India.



    Trivia: There are 2 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • The film is based on a memoir by Slavomir Rawicz depicting his escape from a Siberian gulag and subsequent 4000-mile walk to freedom in India. Incredibly popular, it sold over 500,000 copies and is credited with inspiring many explorers. However, in 2006 the BBC unearthed records (including so me written by Rawicz himself) that showed he had been released by the USSR in 1942. In 2009 another former Polish soldier, Witold Glinski, claimed that the book was really an account of his own escape. However this claim too has been seriously challenged.
    • Saoirse Ronan (Irena) celebrated her 16th birthday on the set of this shoot.



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