1930: All Quiet On The Western Front - Is There No Such Thing as an "Anti-War Film"?

by One Hundred Years of Cinema

Along with films like j’accuse (1919) and The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1924), All Quiet on the Western Front is considered one of the earliest examples of an Anti-war film. But the morality of war is a nuanced thing, and so too is the morality of the war movie. Join One Hundred Years of Cinema for a closer look at why most films lie somewhere along the spectrum between pro- and anti- war.

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