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C. MarkTulsa, OKAge: Over 65Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Fascinating StoryMarch 7, 2020C. MarkTulsa, OKAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Interesting and different insight in the American revolutionary war.
Jim G.4 Stars Out Of 5Good S.C. Backcountry historyFebruary 10, 2015Jim G.Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5In almost every theatrical or film production "historical fact" takes a bow to budget and screenplay. In this obvious labor of love by the Felder family the "fact" is foremost. Its a low budget "indie" film, so don't expect brand-name actors, flawless multi-camera segue or CGI enhancements (and thus the overall 4-star rating). The characters are earthy and so are the actors (or should I say, "re-enactors"). The story line is true to the actual South Carolina backcountry history and worthy of viewing for that alone. But Clarence also injected human interaction into the dialogue that is believably accurate in portrayal of the decisions and challenges his ancestors faced. The only two noticeable diversions from history appear trivial: (spoiler alert) the actual Henry Felder attempted to escape death at his farm by donning his wife's clothing; and the two cannon used to dislodge Tories from the Orangeburg jail were actually fired into the building, which caused the garrison to surrender (the film's version was undoubtedly created to avoid the budgetary expense of building and then destroying a replica of the fortified jail). However, these two minor points do not detract from the overall educational value of this film, a fine portrayal of the little-told Palmetto State backcountry revolutionary war: neighbor vs. neighbor with few "red coats" in sight.
Well done Felder clan - then and now!
Mbaideme5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent Revolutionary War Film!!August 24, 2014MbaidemeQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5During the American Revolution, we're taken on a journey of love, hatred, camaraderie, and war. Henry Felder's fight in South Carolina is an amazing true story about his courage and standing up for liberty. This is one of the best war movies I have seen because it doesn't glamorize anything. All for Liberty gives us what really happened and facts along the way. I recommend All for Liberty to anyone who wants to see a great journey to freedom. My favorite quote from it is: "Sometimes only one man standing up for what is right is sufficient to alter a wrongful deed." Very true.
Mariah B. South Carolina
Jan LGender: female5 Stars Out Of 5March 29, 2014Jan LGender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is a TRULY important film for everyone to see! You learn about real people who were totally committed to their desire for freedom, knowing it could mean sacrificing everything they had. How many of us today would fight with the same conviction as these Patriots? A very inspiring film--wonderful acting and a true story--I highly recommend!
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