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  1. English. The Mark of Cain is a British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award-winning British television film first broadcast in 2007 following three young men as they experience the extremity of war for the first time, and the permanent effects of what they have seen and done as they return from their tour of duty.

  2. 25 nov 2008 · The Mark of Cain: Directed by Marc Munden. With Gerard Kearns, Matthew McNulty, Naomi Bentley, Elliot Cowan. Uses detailed research and explosive new testimonies by soldiers who have served in Iraq to tell an emotional fictional story of two young men very much out of their depth.

  3. 19 ott 2007 · synopsis. Shane Gulliver and Mark Tate are two ordinary 18 year-olds serving with the British Army in Iraq. Amidst constant insurgent attacks the platoon struggles to maintain the uneasy peace and to subdue a barrage of hostilities. When the popular company captain is killed on patrol by a roadside bomb, morale in the platoon hits rock bottom.

  4. The Mark of Cain is a film directed by Marc Munden with Gerard Kearns, Matthew McNulty, Leo Gregory, Shaun Dooley .... Year: 2007. Original title: The Mark of Cain. Synopsis: WAYNE GULLIVER and MARK TATE - nickname 'Treacle' - are two ordinary 18 year-olds serving in the British Army in Iraq.

  5. 25 nov 2008 · Overview. After a bomb kills their company commander in Iraq, British soldiers Treacle and Shane are ordered to round up suspects and use torture on the detainees. Back home, the press gets the story and the pair achieves instant infamy. Marc Munden. Director. Tony Marchant. Writer.

  6. 28 feb 2007 · Reviews. Feb 27, 2007 9:55pm PT. The Mark of Cain. With its exploration of individual guilt versus institutional culpability, and setting of the British Army in Iraq, it's no surprise...

  7. Elliot Cowan Cast. Tony Marchant Screenplay. Matt Gray Cinematography. Ben Bartlett Music. Philip Kloss Editing. Critics reviews. A provocative, graphic and moving portrayal of a group of young British soldiers in Iraq.