Continuity mistake: In the scene where Robert Redford first assembles the prisoners in formation, right after they finish their fake salute, the shot changes to a view of Gandolfini with a reflection on the window in front of him. The reflection shows the men already heading towards the mess hall. In the next shot, they are all still standing in formation and leave only after being told to do so. (01:01:50)
Eugene R. Irwin, retired Army General, is placed in a military prison, for disobeying the Commander in Cheif, which leads to eight deaths. From the start, he clashes heads with Colonel Winter. A game of chess develops between the two, with Winter using his power to abuse Irwin, and with Irwin using his power and respect of his inmates, to irk Colonel Winter, to the point of a final showdown between the two.
Eugene Irwin: Now let me get this straight. You mean there is violence here?
Doc: Yes sir.
Eugene Irwin: In a prison packed with violent criminals? Hmm.
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