During the 1864 battle of the wilderness three union soldiers and three confederate soldiers get seperated from their units as twilight engulfs the ravaged battlefield. The men wander alone through the dangerous woods separate of each other until they meet by chance on the banks of a quiet creek.
Starring: Brian Merrick Terry Jernigan
AMAZON REVIEW: A perfect and historically accurate little film October 22, 2005
By A. Calabrese
This little independent film is just perfect. It is poetry for the eyes. The backdrop of this movie is the American Civil War's Battle of the Wilderness. Written, directed, and produced by Kevin Hershberger the film unfolds like a canvas before your eyes. Shot on location throughout Virginia it gives the viewer a perfect feel for the times in which the story takes place. Six soldiers, a terrible battle, friends, enemies, and waiting love are all in this story. The acting is great too. Brian Merrick as Confederate Harrison Bolding and DJ Perry as Yank John Sunderlin really play well off of one and other. A good part of the story takes place at night when color and affinities are blurred. There is a good lesson here about war and humanity. If you are a Civil War history lover, buff, or whatever buy this DVD.