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Embarking on a national publicity tour to promote his new book, "Palestine Peace Not Apartheid," former US president Jimmy Carter ignites an international firestorm of controversy when he argues that only Israel's complete withdrawal from the occupied territories can bring lasting peace to the Middle East. Intimate, informative and altogether engrossing, Jimmy Carter Man from Plains is a candid portrait of a Nobel Prize-winning humanitarian and statesman whose compassion and steadfast sense of justice remains undiminished by time. Directed by Academy Award(r)-winner Jonathan Demme (The Silence of the Lambs Best Director, 1991; Philadelphia, 1993).
President Jimmy Carter ignites a firestorm of controversy when he tours the country to promote "Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid," a new book that questions Israel's policies towards the Occupied Territories. Directed by Academy Award(r)-winner Jonathan Demme (The Silence of the Lambs Best Director, 1991; Philadelphia, 1993).
President Jimmy Carter ignites a firestorm of controversy when he tours the country to promote "Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid," a new book that questions Israel's policies towards the Occupied Territories.
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This is the concluding episode to Legend of the Comrades. Sergeant Lee meets Lee Sugyeong in the battlefield for the last time.
Private Beomwoo is slained by comrade Woncheol in front of his squad. Sergeant Baek is shot by Lee Sugyeong.
The squad is back on the front-line. Sergeant Park is shot by enemy snipers and Private Beomwoo gets captured.
Sergeant Lee and his squad are finally safe in a South Korean base. However, they are questioned about their time in the enemy's concerntration camp.
The squad has a new plan to escape. Sergeant Lee finds out from Agent Yoon Jeongin of the North Korean State Security that Lee Sugyeong is still alive.
The prisoners' plan to escape fails. Sergeant Park tells Sergeant Lee that there's a mole among the prisoners.
Sergeant Lee and his squad are still in the concentration camp. They've finally planning to escape during the labor duty.
In order to save the squad, Sergeant Park agrees to become the autonomous squad captian. Meanwhile, Sergeant Lee decides to rescue his team by also placing himself inside the concentration camp.
The squad gets separated from Sergeant Lee and then are caught by the enemy soldiers. They are sent to the North Korean concentration camp.
The team finally sets up traps in the enemy's camp. Lieutenant Lee gets caught in the explosion planted by Sergeant Lee's squad.
In order to save Private Yang Sanggi's life, the squad decides to exchange Private Chun for him. Sergeant Chun Yong Taek gets locked up for letting Private Yang Sanggil get away.
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