...yet it won't go away? Basically, this gem appeared in my head after I watched As Far As My Feet Will Carry Me, a movie about a German POW making his way from Russia all the way to Germany after WWII ended. Already, you can kinda guess what my plot gem's about. A soldier lost in WWII-era Europe and he's trying to make it back home. Of course, it goes, "But here's the catch! He's not a POW, not a German, he's a soldier that became M.I.A. for whatever reason and not only does he have to look after himself, but he has to look after an orphaned child of the enemy." So...it's the movie I've seen, except this time the guy's not a POW, he's not German and he's got a kid with him. No matter how many times I argue with that thought, it still acts like it's somehow remotely original. "Okay, well, maybe instead of WWII, it's happening in WWI?" it says, "Or maybe it happens in some other war that's not these two?" What should I do about this? Advice?