Posts Tagged ‘War Movies’

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The Thin Red Line (1998) – (Movies To See Before You Die – War Movies)

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Haqeeqat (1964) (Movies To See Before You Die – War)

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The title of the article may sound absurd but it’s true, as there are really some people responsible for our normal living who we simply don’t know about, and even don’t recognize. Whom, we haven’t met even once and still they are the reason why we are alive today living happily with our families and friends. They are the people about whom we think only at our national holidays or festivals and then forget about them in the rest of the days.

 

Yes, they are our brothers at the borders simply living their important years of life, guarding us and our beloveds. The topic is irrespective of any caste, faith or country as these friends are there in every country at every border in all parts of the world. The need is just to think about them, their pain and the discomfort they live in, saving us from each other.

 

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You may not be a lover of war films, but watch this eye opener to feel the pain and hardships faced by the civilians in a war scene. There are many untold secrets of a war, which if told openly can bring mankind to the deepest shame. The movie is about such an unbelievable but true incident during the Vietnam War. A group of 5 military men, in order to have a good time, kidnap a local girl from a village in their way. Even after the strong opposition from one member in the group the girl is brutally assaulted and then killed by these men. Brain De Palma, the reputed director, films the intense moments as a master.

Among the most touching ones is the death scene of the girl on the bridge amidst the bullets shot from all sides. And the trauma faced by the girl makes you think hard after the film gets over. Words like World Peace, Global Village, and One Mankind are simply meaningless when these kinds of incidents come out of the carpet. The title “Casualties of War” points toward the question that – Who are the real casualties? The soldiers who die fighting for their country or people like this girl, who had nothing to do with the war. A strong, thought provoking film for the mature audiences. A must watch for youngsters who sometimes get carried away with the circumstances.

Directed By Brian De Palma

Starring : Michael J. Fox, Sean Penn, Don Harvey, John C. Reilly & more.