Furcht und Begierde (1953)

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Furcht und Begierde: Directed by Stanley Kubrick. With Frank Silvera, Kenneth Harp, Paul Mazursky, Stephen Coit. Four soldiers trapped behind enemy lines must confront their fears and desires.

“An extra point for style. Kubrick style, without a budget, without experience; donu0026#39;t re-make a hit/classic if you can re-make something like this. The story is interesting but makes no more sense than the madness of war, which is what is depicted. Could be a bit shocking, dealing as it does with moral issues that are so basic many people would rather not admit that they exist. Attempting to depict such weirdness is part of Kubricku0026#39;s (now) well known genius. Really interesting and sometimes downright good use of camera and sound. Always do your best, dear reader, for even you first movie could be your last.”

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