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The Four Feathers

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The Four Feathers is the fifth film adapted from the novel of A.E.W Mason. The setting is in 1989 in Sundan where a young soldier Harry Faversham decides to leaves his duty after his father’s death. Meanwhile, his regiment ships out to battle the rebels. His demobilizing decision is misunderstood as an act of cowardice. The result is that he gets 4 white feathers - a symbol of cowardice from three friends and his fiancée. To regain honor and love, Harry enters the final challenge: Rescue people from danger and return to England.
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Kansas City Kansan
Michael Schiffe and Hossein Amini's screenplay adaptation (is) as full of holes as the tracks of a camel herd. [published 9-19-02]
February 18, 2006
Seattle Times
It's beautifully done, but there's not much of a point to it.
September 20, 2002
Combustible Celluloid
It's cold, misguided, confusing, illiterate, boring, badly acted and flat-out laughable.
January 24, 2008
The Sahara desert, gorgeously photographed by Robert Richardson, displays the most personality in the entire picture.
December 28, 2008
Toronto Star
What's missing, crucially, is the passion required to make this unlikely tale work.
September 20, 2002
Rolling Stone
Kapur weighs down the tale with bogus profundities.
September 26, 2002
Washington Post
A movie that lacks the jingoistic bravura of earlier editions ... but hasn't replaced it with meaningful historical revisionism appropriate to our post-colonial age.
September 20, 2002