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Audrey / September 4th, 2016

Deadline – Hacksaw Ridge, Mel Gibson’s fifth directorial effort, and his first since 2006’s Apocalypto, screened for the press this morning at the Venice Film Festival. Applause greeted the World War II pic inside the Sala Darsena, and early reviews are strong — the word “comeback” has been used more than once. Equal parts faith-based film and horrors-of-war action drama, it tells the story of real-life hero Desmond T Doss, a conscientious objector who saved 75 men in Okinawa without firing or carrying a gun. Andrew Garfield as Doss leads a cast that also includes Sam Worthington, Vince Vaughn, Luke Bracey, Hugo Weaving, Rachel Griffiths and Teresa Palmer.

Scripted by Robert Schenkkan and Andrew Knight, the movie has a sort of throwback quality, yet remains technically very much of today and is laid out in two parts. It kicks off on the battlefield with scenes of flaming, flying bodies, but quickly retreats 16 years earlier to Doss’ childhood with his brother (Roman Guerriero/Nathaniel Buzolic), loving mother (Griffiths) and abusive WWI vet father (Weaving). From the outset, it’s clear religion plays a big part in the boy’s life — particularly following a harrowing incident of roughhousing gone wrong. As a young man, Garfield’s now resolute pacifist develops an interest in medicine, and a crush on a nurse, Dorothy (Palmer). And then, he enlists.

The film takes Doss through Basic Training and introduces the men with whom he will go into battle, including Vaughn, Worthington and Bracey. But he’s bullied and not going anywhere until he convinces the military that he belongs there, despite his refusal to touch a gun. Doss believed that while the war was justified, killing was nevertheless wrong. Ultimately, he was allowed to serve as a medic.

From the bucolic hues of Lynchburg, Va and boot camp, the action shifts to Okinawa and the impossibly threatening Hacksaw Ridge of the title. Doss’ battalion must scale a wall several hundred feet high and then advance against Japanese soldiers who have resisted all other attempts to take the stronghold, resulting in scores of American casualties.

The battle scenes bear Gibson’s signature and are fresh, (very) gory and great spectacle (even at 8:30 in the morning on a Sunday). They’re also tense and moving – particularly as Doss seeks out the men still breathing amid the carnage, while also trying to avoid enemy fire. He later became the first conscientious objector awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.

Doss’ pacifism contrasted with the violence and heroism of the battle scenes, along with themes of redemption, are shaping up to be a talking point here in Venice. The Guardian is giving it four stars, saying Gibson has “absolutely hit Hacksaw Ridge out of the park;” The Telegraph calls it “fantastically moving.” One Italian outlet has called it “poignant and effective.” As Deadline has previously reported, the film tested through the roof in the States.

Lionsgate is showing its faith in Hacksaw by opening domestically in the heart of awards season on November 4. Expect the faith-based base and adults seeking action and emotion to climb the Ridge. The pic opens opposite fanboy destination Doctor Strange and kid pic Trolls. Offshore dates are not yet widely confirmed.

Bill Mechanic, David Permut, Brian Oliver, Terry Benedict, Paul Currie, Bruce Davey, William D. Johnson and Tyler Thompson produced Hacksaw through Cross Creek Pictures, Demarest Media, Pandemonium, Permut Presentations and Gibson’s Icon Productions. IM Global handles world sales on Hacksaw which sold out in Berlin last year.

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