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Two Soldiers (2003 film)

Two Soldiers
Directed by Aaron Schneider
Produced by Bob Ducsay
Kate Miller
Betsy Pollock
Andrew J. Sacks
Aaron Schneider
Written by William Faulkner
Aaron Schneider
Starring Jonathan Furr
Ben Allison
Music by Alan Silvestri
Cinematography David Boyd
Editing by Kelly Matsumoto
Aaron Schneider
Release date(s)
Running time 40 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Two Soldiers is a 2003 short drama film directed by Aaron Schneider with a score by Alan Silvestri.[1] It won an Academy Award in 2004 for Best Short Subject.[2][3] It is based on a 1942 short story by William Faulkner.


  • Jonathan Furr - Willie Grier (as Jonathan 'Furrball' Furr)
  • Ben Allison - Pete Grier
  • Ron Perlman - Colonel McKellog
  • David Andrews - Lieutenant Hogenbeck
  • Mike Pniewski - Sheriff Foote
  • Deacon Dawson - Mr. Grossnickel
  • Joanne Pankow - Mrs. Habersham
  • Danny Vinson - Pap Grier
  • Suellen Yates - Maw Grier
  • David Hall - Private
  • D. H. Johnson - Colonel's Driver
  • Al Wiggins - Man on the Bus
  • Allan Hamilton - Bus Driver
  • Warren Hendon - Old Man Killegrew (as Warren Jack Hendon)
  • Nancy Saunders - Old Lady Killegrew
  • Lorenzo Meachum - Blues Guitarist
  • Lisa Boston - Woman on Street


External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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