From Here to Eternity

“1943. Private Robert Lee Prewitt arrives by Army transfer at Schofield, Hawaii. His new Sargeant knows of his boxing prowess, but when Hewitt won't fight for the unit, the officer makes his life hell. Meanwhile, the officer's wife starts an affair with his second in command, 1st Sgt Warden. This big best‑seller‑type movie about life and love on a US Army base scooped an armload of Oscars in 1953.
“Montgomery Clift is the sensitive soul who'd rather play the trumpet than box and goes AWOL only to become a martyr-hero during the attack on Pearl Harbour, Frank Sinatra is the cocky soldier who suffers appalling abuse from bullying MP Ernest Borgnine and Donna Reed is the most decorous, sweet-tempered hooker in cinema. 
“The spectacular last-reel recreation of the bombing makes this the Pearl Harbor film to beat, but the unquestioned highlight is the famous on‑the‑beach adultery scene between virile sergeant Burt Lancaster and an unusually unladylike Deborah Kerr, with the waves crashing around them to symbolise their unrestrained passions.
“Deserving to be seen and remembered for so much more than that kiss, this is old school drama of the highest order.” - Empire

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