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Brutal Stories From The Set Of Saving Private Ryan

When Steven Spielberg made "Saving Private Ryan, he wanted to portray the terrors of D-Day as genuinely as possible — not only visually, but also through the actors' performances. After sleeping on the ground, the actors woke up at five every morning to vicious screams and possible punishments of push-ups and sit-ups. Even worse, it began to rain, soaking and freezing the actors to the bone and submerging them in mud when they had to crawl on the ground. And that's just the beginning.

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