Based on John Katzenbach's novel, which was inspired by his father's experiences in a German P.O.W. camp, this uneven mix of courtroom theatrics and WWII drama wears its high-mindedness like a purple heart. December 1944: Lt. Tommy Hart (Colin Farrell), the coddled son of an influential senator, has spent the war in a comfortable command center, far from the bloody front. All that changes when he's captured during a routine assignment, brutally interrogated and shipped off to a harsh P.O.W. camp. The camp's ranking Allied officer, Col. William McNamara (Bruce Willis), takes a dislike to Hart, quartering him with enlisted men rather than officers and later assigning h...