WWII American Army Medic Desmond T. Doss, who served during the Battle of Okinawa, refuses to kill people and becomes the first Conscientious Objector in American history to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor.
'Hacksaw Ridge' is the epic and inspiring true story of Desmond Doss, an army medic and conscientious objector who, during one of the bloodiest battles of World War II, saved 75 men without firing or carrying a gun.
Tucked away in the rolling hills of Indiana, far from big city life, this isolated, tight-knit community lives by its own set of rules. The Ridge is a place where a guy can have a yard full of pet grizzly bears, use dynamite recreationally and hold family demolition derbies. The code of life on the Ridge is simple: respect the lord, love your family and watch each other's backs. The eccentric band of misfits in Porter Ridge often butt heads but ultimately join together to keep their unique "Hilljack" way of life afloat
River Ridge is a dramatic web series created by Tyler Ford and is co-produced by Ford and American actress Signy Coleman. River Ridge is described as "the interwoven kaleidoscope of the residents of a small east coast town and their familiar and relatable circumstances.""
The Siege at Ruby Ridge is a 1996 television film directed by Roger Young. The footage originally aired as a two-part CBS miniseries entitled Ruby Ridge: An American Tragedy on May 19 and May 21, 1996. It was based on the book Every Knee Shall Bow by reporter Jess Walter. The miniseries was edited together to become the film, The Siege at Ruby Ridge. The film is a docudrama about the confrontation between the Weaver family and the US federal government at Ruby Ridge in 1992.
Ridgey Didge was a popular Network Ten magazine television programme for children in Australia. The name is an Australian slang term meaning honest, true or the real thing.