'war /comedy /drama' - comedy?


right away i noticed they used the term "bloke" in every other line, figured movie was made by none british made to sound brittish, but i guess they do say/said bloke alote then.
anyway, it's been a few days since i saw it, but i was rather suprised to see this "comedy" put here.
i thought one of the actors might be a young anthony hopkins, seeing now it isn't, and i don't think i've seen a movie before 1980's with him in it.


turn your back all wide,
i'm so tired after a long night,
let me see that smile my way,
before you turn your back away,
i gotta go now,
in these souroundings i can't stay around,
in a world i don't fit in,
lost, and with a mind that's tripping,
of what's left, i give it one last,
with no place in the future,
and scared of tomorrow, before i turn my back.

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If you haven't seen a movie of his before the 1980's, you've missed a lot of movies, notably, THE LION IN WINTER (1968) & HAMLET (1969) (with Nicol Williamson). On TV, he started in 1965. His first theatrical movie is RED, WHITE AND ZERO (1967)

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