Minggu, 29 Maret 2009

Letter from Iwo Jima Humanistic War

Paramount Picture made this film with Clint Eastwood as a director for an Achingly humanistic war, I think. The story goes when the Second World War happened. This scene is made for the Japan sides. Japan soldier that battle in the war with all their emotion and their will for their life are presenting. A general named Tadamichi Kuribayashi, the commander of Japan. He has to organize and kept his soldier safe and well done in this isolation territory in Iwo Jima without any help from another district. Takaichi Nishi (the Gold Olympic winner in 1932) and Saigo (He want to home and see his new baby) are another name that makes this film lives. These Guys with their own will is trying to make connection to their family, friends and many things in their hood. The cruel of war is makes them desperate. It is Far away from home. They try to send letter to whose they love. They never know if the letter would arrive to their address, or if the letter never arrives in this battle.

I love the scenes that create to show hard situation of battle. How war can make nice people become cruel, but in another scene they look smooth and soft with their emotion. I don’t like movie about war because the battle is always presenting about war crime, guns, death, sad and suffer. But, this film is good. Clint Eastwood combines cruel and sense of love in war come great as touch.

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