2 comments on “The Bridge on the River Kwai

  1. Ah, the great Alec Guinness. I’m on a mission currently to collect his back catalogue on DVD starting with The Ladykillers and Kind Hearts and Coronets.

    This is indeed a great film. But of David Lean’s epics I still think Lawrence of Arabia shades the contest.

  2. I long for the days of David Lean epics. They had such a natural feel to them. Kwai is such a great movie. And as for the movie you consider at the top by just a small margin, I know what it is and I understand. These are both fantastic films, and it is hard to choose between the two.

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