"The Postman" is a film directed by Kevin Costner and starred by he himself. This review is complete with character analysis and summary.
Director: Kevin Costner
Screenwriter: Eric Roth
The Postman.................................KEVIN COSTNER
He is a drifter who earns his meals and shelter by performing Shakespeare for the few who've managed to survive and have formed their own townships.
Bethlehem is a classic historic figure, the brutal conqueror. He has a complex character with inner contradictions and a personality that emerges over time.
Ford Lincoln Mercury.............................LARENZ TATE
He is a young survivor who is inspired to acts of tremendous bravery because of his belief, through the Postman, in a restored U.S. government and the future it implies. Through his allegiance with The Postman, he finds a purpose in his own life...
She is a very strong person, unsentimental and tough, but with the capacity to love passionately at the same time. Her inner strength and self-possession intrigue The Postman and draw him toward a friendship with her.
Idaho aids Bethlehem in his domination of the settlers. He seems to revel in the repressive violence of the new regime. He is someone the audience could love to hate!
He is the mayor of the Bridge City who led the people ever since the destruction took place.
In a post apocalyptic, totally anarchic America, circa 2013
The year is 2013. There is no order. There is no peace. There are no roads, no telephones. America has been turned into a wasteland of separated communities minus a national government. A war has destroyed the country, leaving its survivors struggling to make their lives in isolated towns lacking any means of communication.
An army of warriors called the HOLNISTS, led by a Hitler-like dictator, General Bethlehem, is determined to keep the people apart and their spirits empty so that the Holnists can continue their reign...
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