The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor causes 5 friends at a New Hampshire collage to debate the pro's and con's of enlisting. Meh. Writer/Actors/Director never sold me that the character where Collage students in 1941. Rather they come off as inventions of a writer/director in 1991 and his own musings. Worse is the incredably talky nature of the movie. Well other films can use that to there advantage if the talent is there on screen (see Spanish Judges and Conspiracy) here the acting is uneven, some good moments but not worth sitting threw the many scenes where the actings on par with a Grade 10 highschool play. Worse the two friends, Tim the pro-war kick ass one, and Kip the conscentious objector war is wrong one both come across as assholes, making sympathy for ether one impossable, since there in almost every scene this makes for a long 90 minutes. Skip it.