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Bright Victory is an excellent film. It is about a blinded war veteran who is struggling to adjust to his affliction in peacetime. Arthur Kennedy and Peggy Dow give amazing performances. The screenplay is well written. Mark Robson did a great job directing this movie. Bright Victory is a must see.
Average cinematography combines with deft editing to allow a straightforward telling of an unusual tale of love amidst personal stress. This must have been a novel plot device even though it came a decade after the US joined WWII.
A good black and white film with romance
no 'best years..." but good
Brilliantly acted, but no real emotional depth.