Originally Posted by Bonnie
Dave, don't you find it interesting as far as the way the people who were being helped by the brothers, after a while, they "turned", so to speak, on them, complaining, being ungrateful in a way much like the Jews who Moses brought out of Egypt when Moses went up on the Mountain.
I found it even more poingent that the German Offensive began the day before passover, meaning the day they had to leave the forrest and swamp was passover, and the day they had to fight the Germans in a full scale confrontation.
Sad about what happened to the third Brother, The film didnt make it obvious that he had leanings towards the Reds at all. I'm sure he told Zus twice he didnt want to join them?? How come his Bio reads that he joined the Reds after the German Offensive...it seemed out of character for his film portrayal....other then the obvious risk taking I suppose.