Director Mel Gibson and his son and cast member Milo Gibson pose at the after party for a screening of "Hacksaw Ridge" at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, October 24.Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images/AFP
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"Hacksaw Ridge," the true story of the first conscientious objector to receive the U.S. Medal of Honor, marks the directorial return of actor Mel Gibson a decade after his last stint behind the camera. The film recounts the heroism of Desmond T. Doss, an army medic who refused to bear arms in World War II and received the highest U.S. military honor for saving 75 of his fellow comrades.Doss' acts were "beyond heroic" and "transcendent," said Garfield, who has previously played the Marvel comics superhero Spider-Man.
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