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"A Midnight Clear" is a 1992 American war film directed by former actor Keith Gordon with an ensemble cast featuring Ethan Hawke, Gary Sinise, Peter Berg, Kevin Dillon, and Arye Gross. Set towards the end of World War II, the film tells the story of an American intelligence unit which finds a German platoon that wishes to surrender.
- also known as Schiarita di mezzanotte
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producers: Dale Pollock & Bill Borden
- executive producers: Marc Abraham, Armyan Bernstein, Tom Rosenberg
- written by Keith Gordon
- based on "A Midnight Clear" by William Wharton
- casting by Gary M. Zuckerbrod
- cinematography by Tom Richmond
- edited by Don Brochu
- music by Mark Isham
- genres: Indie film, Action Film, War film, Film adaptation, Anti-war film, Drama
- subjects: World War II, Christmas
- rating: R (USA)
- released on (22 years ago)
- award: - Independent Spirit Award for Best Screenplay nomination for Keith Gordon
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One of the more recent additions to an impressive array of antiwar stories—and one that is remarkably free of irony, sarcasm, or self-conscious literary tricks—is William Wharton's poetic A Midnight Clear (published 1982; film version, 1992).
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