Flix for Warniks

Friday, November 04, 2005


Many films about war have strong anti-war messages. But when real soldiers need to get psyched up for battle, they often pop these very movies into the DVD player. And the films' intended message is lost in the cinematic smoke. Brooke talks to Lawrence Weschler, who wrote about the "trouble with war movies" for Harper's.

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