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THE MARK OF CAIN

by Marc Munden

synopsis

Shane Gulliver and Mark Tate are two ordinary 18 year-olds serving with the British Army in Iraq. Amidst constant insurgent attacks the platoon struggles to maintain the uneasy peace and to subdue a barrage of hostilities. When the popular company captain is killed on patrol by a roadside bomb, morale in the platoon hits rock bottom. Acting on orders they round up several suspects from house-to-house searches. That night feelings at the camp are running high and as the chain of command is weakened events spiral out of control.

original title: The Mark of Cain
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Independent Film Company
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Marc Munden
release date: NL 19/10/2007
screenplay: Tony Marchant
cast: Gerard Kearns, Matthew McNulty, Leo Gregory, Shaun Dooley, Shaun Dingwall, Naomi Bentley
cinematography by: Matt Gray
film editing: Philip Kloss
art director: Luana Hanson
costumes designer: Alexandra Caulfield
music: Ben Bartlett
producer: Lynn Horsford
production: Red Production Company, Channel 4
distributor: Paradiso Entertainment (NL)
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