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  • To you who think that this movie equivalent of the paper Saving Spielberg, may be slightly disappointed, because Eastwood more precisely show the drama of how a third carried out by soldiers and the government was publicly laud them as heroes' true figure

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      Iwo Jima, during World War II took place, in the United States troops there dead or live, fight against Japanese troops. However, this movie is not addressing the war. Sketch opened with a conversation between James, son of John Bradley, a soldier who wave the flag at Iwo Jima, which is conducting conversations with colleagues his father. Story now and then switches on the noose John Bradley, Rene Gagnon, and Isaac Hayes, three American soldiers who wave the flag at Iwo Jima United States and survivors of the war. In addition they are also three other soldiers’ who puts flag fall in the battlefield. Rene, Ira, and John, who finally as a hero, even the U.S. government, requested that the tour was conducted by the raised funds for U.S. troops who still fight against Japan. In this tour, we see the personality of the three soldiers is different; Ira is a descendant of Indian, always felt that he should not finally

      as a hero, he considers that those killed in the war that is a true hero, and there is a scene when Ira irony denied drinking in a bar because he is an Indian. In fact, the title hero is not a guarantee that it will be seen in the same community. John felt that the war is rendered in colleagues that they fall; even he can not repress grief when met with the parents of three friends who fall. Meanwhile, Rene may be more receptive to the position. However, what actually happened when they wave the flag at Iwo Jima on the hill? What is the difference because of the perception that they are now finally people as heroes, whether actual meaning hero…?

      What happens when Clint Eastwood collaborated with Steven Spielberg? The answer is a war movie-quality dramas, especially the scenario written by two powerful screenwriter, William Broyles Jr. (Cast Away) and Paul Haggis (Crash) based on the book ...


      • works James Bradley & Ron Powers. To the stars, were the talented young actors. Ryan Phillipe (Anti-Trust) is the role of young John Bradley, at the very age, of John Bradley performed by George Gizzard. Then, Adam Beach (Windtalkers) role of Ira Hayes, while Jesse Bradford (Swimfan) as Rene Gagnon. They are supported by Paul Walker (Eight Below), Jamie Bell (King Kong), and Barry Pepper (We Were Soldiers), as three of their colleagues killed in the war.

        Clint Eastwood to make this movie with a unique characteristic, slow groove is still maintained, despite this, combined with scenes of war. In addition, the film also alone with a flashback way, that requires the audience to concentrate fully in the story. From my own terms on the value of the players have been playing quite well, especially Adam Beach’s performance on the show that maximum. Cinematography for temporary and editing, despite not interactive Saving Private Ryan, but I have been quite good, especially

        in terms of editing, because so many capable flashback scenes are shown.

        To you who think that this movie equivalent of the paper Saving Spielberg, may be slightly disappointed, because Eastwood more precisely show the drama of how a third carried out by soldiers and the government was publicly laud them as heroes’ true figure.

        Indeed, the war scenes in Flags are displayed with good intensity but not as much as shown in Saving. In short, Flags may be more to the actual meaning of hero, may sentence spoken by James Bradley figures in the movie ending with the right to the core story of this movie `Heroes are something we create, something we need, how people could sacrifice so much for us, but for my Dad, and these men the risk they took, they did that for their buddies, they may have fought for their country but they died for their friends ….Know I know the true meaning of heroism.




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