"Till the End of Time" - 1946. Sort of the B movie version of "Best Years of Our Lives"
Three former GIs have a hard time readjusting to civilian life. Perry (Bill Williams) can't deal with the loss of the use of his legs. William (very young Robert Mitchum) is in trouble with bad debts. And Cliff (Guy Madison)can't decide what he wants to do with his life, although he gets encouragement from war widow Pat Ruscomb (Dorothy McGuire).
> The folllowing request is from a college student. Any ideas?
> --Okay, the movie I'm thinking of focuses on a group of American soldiers
> returned from WWII back to hometown life somewhere in the midwest/great
> (I'm thinking Michigan or Wisconson). They're restless and have a hard time
> adjusting back to everyday life. They end up joining together and initating
> movement in their local town for some cause, but I don't remember what. I
> think the film came out in the mid 90's; I don't remember any major
> actors/actresses in it.
> Even if I don't find this film, I'm simply looking for a situation where
> someone, like a soldier, has been away from home and has some kind of
> or dramatic experience. Then they return home and have to deal with the
> challenges of readjusting back into their original environment. Even if you
> can think of anything along these lines...
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