The Bridge on the River Kwai   10/03/23
by Thief
Aside of Nicholson, the film asks the same questions from these characters: Saito seems to be struggling with his job to lead this remote prison camp and achieve the tasks assigned to him, while Shears struggles with his overall duty as a soldier, having lied about his identity to everyone.

The Bridge on the River Kwai   11/25/20
by Takoma11
For one of the officers in the camp (played by Alec Guiness), building the bridge becomes a point of pride and leads to a tragic clash with an Allied plan to destroy the bridge.

The Bridge on the River Kwai   5/07/16
by Citizen Rules
Alec Guinness character, Colonel Nicholson has a wacky obsession of building a bridge to perfection and on schedule too, JUST as the Japanese army wants him to do, and this is where the satire and irony come from.

The Bridge on the River Kwai   7/13/11
by JayDee
A tremendous film and an amazing accomplishment by Lean. With great direction, writing and acting I can certainly see why it rates as one of the all time great war films.

The Bridge on the River Kwai   1/22/09
by meatwadsprite
This movie is enormous in every way , each shot in the movie captures huge environments and massive amounts of actors with each a job to do.

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