|Jesse Bradford||Rene Gagnon|
|Jamie Bell||Ralph "Iggy" Ignatowski|
|Paul Walker||Hank Hansen|
|Ryan Phillippe||John "Doc" Bradley|
|Barry Pepper||Mike Strank|
|Adam Beach||Ira Hayes|
|John Benjamin Hickey||Keyes Beech|
|John Slattery||Bud Gerber|
|Robert Patrick||Colonel Chandler Johnson|
|Neal McDonough||Captain Severance|
|James E. Ash||Admiral|
|Tom Beaver||Military Captain|
William Broyles, Jr.
William Broyles Jr.
On the Frontline, There's No Time for Fear.
For 70,000 marines who fought with bombs blasting and guns blazing, the bloody battle for Iwo Jima was more than the turning point of World War II; it was the defining moment in their lives.
In the epic that The New York Times calls "a sweeping spectacle," Academy Award-winning director Clint Eastwood taps into the single greatest emotional truth of warfare: soldiers may fight for their country, but they die for their friends. Hailed by critics as "a film of awesome power and blistering provocation, an amazing feat" (Peter Travers, Rolling Stone), Flags Of Our Fathers is a powerful true story of heroism and bravery that should be shared and remembered.