Kevin Costner leads his Postmen in a final confrontation against General Bethlehem and the Holnist army. Bethlehem is eventually murdered by his own colonel, who agrees to end the conflict. Many years later Costner is remembered by the next generation as the bringer of hope to a shattered world.
General Bethlehem: A military man, especially a commander should keep a journal. After he's gone, it's the only real defense against the slander that later arises.
Trivia: The pony girl was Costner's daughter. The boy of the letter (Postman's horse stunt) was Costner's son.
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