Too Many Ghosts – “The Death Of Albert” scene

TOO MANY GHOSTS is a fictionalised commentary on the folly of war set in Europe between the last five days of the Second World War and a few days after the end of hostilities. Joe Franklin, a young corporal in Britain’s illustrious 350-year-old East Yorkshire Regiment, is reminiscing about the horrors of war and the mental scars it inflicts on the physically and mentally injured. His story is told against the musical backdrop of England’s great national composer, Sir Edward Elgar, with poetry by some of the country’s great war poets and specially-composed verse by the filmmaker.