The Tragedy of War

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Since the beginning of mankind, war has been the ultimate companion of men across
their evolution.Man has always had that spirit of a warrior.Without it, he could never have
improved because that is the same spirit that guides people in the various fights which
combine to constitute the path of life.However, war is still a nightmare that raises a big
These days, movies come to report barbarian acts that men can perpetrate during
wars.Those films make people hope we never have a WWIII, because they represent
artistically how horrible war is, and the are so realistic that they can push us to identify
ourselves with the characters.This comes down to the special effects used in the recent war
films as'Saving Private Ryan' or'The Thin Red Line'.These effects make people more
aware of soldiers' pain and therefore more mindful to what war represents.
The aim of my research is to show how movies can persuade the audience on both
sides, either on making them aware of war's horrors, or on stimulating their patriotic spirit so
The Thin Red Line is an anti-war film, probably the best one.It highlights the
insanity that turns out when humans insist on fighting.The film follows a company
throughout their campaign to take an important hill on the pacific island of Guadalcanal in
the Second World War.As much as it can be categorized, the plot consists of these men's
exploits, triumphs and deaths in their attempts to capture this strategic strip of land from the
The film director Terrence Malick's intention seems to be showing the terrifying
reality of modern combat, focusing on the devastation wreaked upon individual men.In fact,
the film shows that every man fights his own war.
When Malick juxtaposes the war atop these images from Eden, we get a quick idea of
the destructiveness of humankind.One is reminded again that Wo…