The Thin Red Line — A War in the Heart of Nature
by A Matter of Film
Terrence Malick’s The Thin Red Line is not your average war movie. In this video essay, Gus Schroder examines the stark contrast between the ideal and the real in the film, which points to its central theme—war as a crime against not only humanity but against nature itself.
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