The much anticipated “To End All Wars” we first reported on in March (film review) is now set to open first in Arkansas on November 1st, 2002. Producer Jack Hafer says: “This will test market the opening of the film, but then we will be following that up with openings in Phoenix and Portland soon after, and then Los Angeles and San Diego, before moving out wider.”
Numerous behind-the-scenes happenings have been taking place in the past few months, including private viewings for the U.S. Congress, civil rights activist Coretta Scott King and friends, talk show host Larry King, and an award and strong endorsement from the Veterans of Foreign Wars leadership (the Commander in Chief medal for honoring this year’s theme of “service, honor and pride”).
“To End All Wars” is based on the real-life story of WWII POW Ernest Gordon, author of Through the Valley of the Kwai. It stars Kiefer Sutherland, Ciarán McMenamin, Robert Carlyle, and several other recognizable actors. Technically, this film is without flaw, so we are very excited to see how this film can affect moviegoers who view it.