Do you like watching movies about the war? Come watch the trailer in 4k and download the movie that suits you. US Marine Corps Recruit Training Base. The most cruel, inhuman system is designed to turn domestic boys into trained, cold-blooded killers. They are being prepared for the war in Vietnam, where they will often have to ask themselves the question “Isn’t war a hell?”, Otherwise it is simply impossible to kill every day without understanding what it is for?
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Hollywood in the 70s and 80s gave us a whole galaxy of anti-war masterpieces that expose both the entire American army and the military campaign in Vietnam as a whole. One of the brightest representatives of the genre is undoubtedly Kubrick’s ‘Full Metal Jacket’, which stands on a par with Stone’s Platoon and Coppola’s Apocalypse Now. And if other films can be called somewhere more violent and gloomy, somewhere deeper, then ‘Full Metal Shell’ is perhaps the most revealing picture from the ‘cycle’, which maximally reveals the problem posed.
And the problem is, in fact, in the very ideology of the American army. It is not clear what exactly the US soldiers are doing in a foreign country, why they are here and what ideals they are fighting for. We are shown a car for the production and launch of killers, and no more. For children who grew up in a warm democratic environment, who yesterday were loving sons and friends, the laws of God eventually cease to work when they face the so-called ‘enemy’ alone with their beloved rifle.
My rifle is my best friend. She is my life. I must learn to own it as I own my life. My rifle is useless without me. I am useless without my rifle. I have to shoot my rifle straight. I have to shoot more accurately than the enemy who is trying to kill me. I have to shoot him before he shoots me. Let it be so
My rifle and I know what counts in this war – not on the number of cartridges we fired, not on the roar of our shots and not on the powder smoke. We know that only those killed will be counted. And we will kill.
And it all begins with the military training of recruits, which is engaged by a certain instructor Hartman, who in the very first minutes of the film says that ‘the Marines are forbidden to die without permission’ and ‘if you don’t kill, you will become a dead Marine and end up in shit up your nostrils’ … He teaches to kill, kill and kill again, without hesitation and without delay, because it is necessary. The soldiers are not explained exactly what is the meaning of this useless war, who is bad and who is good. When they are interviewed in the future, not a single soldier is able to competently answer the question “What are the US troops doing in Vietnam?” They are here to annihilate and exterminate, because they were told so and because you will return home either a corpse or a hero. They do not even understand the difference between the ‘South’ and the ‘Viet Cong’, for them they are all ‘quick-eyed’.
Anyone who runs is considered Vietcong. And the one who stands at attention is considered a disciplined Vietcong.
And if discipline is in the training, then it is in the war itself that complete disorder and chaos is happening. The soldiers are thrown into real hell and die there, ostensibly ‘for a just cause’. They almost give orders to themselves when they do not receive help and reinforcements. They are all quietly going crazy, talking, for example, with dead Vietnamese. They fight for ideals unknown to them, wearing both a helmet with the words ‘Born to kill’ and a pacifist badge. War is the place where you can easily turn into an animal, or, more correctly, even into a talking and performing killing machine.
The final shots to the friendly ‘Mickey Mouse anthem’ once again prove that we are just rigidly trained and well-trained, but still boys. Another lost generation of eternal moral cripples …
Now you will be given the Congressional Atrocity Medal.
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