‘Last Flag Flying’ shows how military brotherhood never dies

Tim Kirkpatrick
Feb 4, 2020 5:23 PM PST
1 minute read
‘Last Flag Flying’ shows how military brotherhood never dies

SUMMARY

Amazon Studios along with Lionsgate shows the inspirational power of brotherhood amongst service members in Richard Linklater’s film “Last Flag Flying.” The film sheds a charismatic light on Larry “Doc” Shepherd, a former Navy Corpsm…

Amazon Studios along with Lionsgate shows the inspirational power of brotherhood amongst service members in Richard Linklater's film "Last Flag Flying."


The film sheds a charismatic light on Larry "Doc" Shepherd, a former Navy Corpsman and Vietnam veteran who loses his only son while serving in the Iraq war.

Faced with this surprising tragedy, Shepard looks to reunite with his former Marine brothers for their most crucial mission yet: to bury Shepherd's son and ultimately reconnect the brotherhood they shared 30 years ago.

"Last Flag Flying" stars Steve Carell, Bryan Cranston, and Laurence Fishburne and chronicles an uplifting cross-country adventure and the genuine strength of the military fraternity.

"Last Flag Flying" is set for release Nov. 3.

Check out the film's trailer below.

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