- SKU: 6117711
- Release Date: 10/07/2003
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- "The Making of Left for Dead" 25 minute documentary with behind-the-scenes footage, outtakes, deleted scenes and interviews with writers Michael Kraus and David M. Neville
- Storyboard featurette with commentary by director and storyboard artist Mark Bussler
- Anamorphic widescreen
- Digitally mastered
- Full frame
- Digital stereo
Mark Bussler's film Civil War Life: Shot to Pieces chronicles the life of Harvard student William F. Bartlett, who leaves school to sign up with the Union Army. After losing a leg to Southern gunfire, he begins a relationship with Agnes Pomeroy. William eventually rejoins the war effort, but is captured by enemy forces. He attempts to survive his squalid conditions as a POW because of his love for Agnes. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
Civil War Life: Left For Dead
A common schoolteacher embarks on the adventure of a lifetime during in this adaptation of Civil War soldier Oscar Jackson's compelling diary. Oscar Jackson was an Ohio schoolteacher who formed his own company during the darkest days of the American Civil War. Despite being shot in the face and left for dead on the battlefield, the determined Jackson muscled ahead to join General Tecumseh Sherman in the historical burning of Atlanta and subsequent march to the sea, experiencing one of the most celebrated and controversial moments in American history firsthand. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi