I could find a poor copy of this spectacular documentary on the Pinochet’s coup in Chile: The Battle of Chile The first volume is the story of how intolerant oppositions paves the way for the coup against democractically elected President Allende.. The first volume also reminded me what happened in the last five years of this country. Most of the elements of opposition in Turkey did their best to bring down the elected government but thanks god they were not as successful as the Chile case. And the tactics are so similar….
From the coup in Chile….
Richard Taylor during the October 20 anti-boycott march.
?Stanley Kubrick?s 1957 antiwar film Paths of Glory is a movie that should fail to move no one. I daresay it?s one of those films that forever changes a person,? begins Jamie S. Rich?s highly personal DVD Talk review of the new Criterion special edition. He goes on to praise Kubrick?s film as ?a pitch-perfect piece of drama. It?s remarkable in its simplicity. There is no extraneous scene, no off-key moment. The dialogue crackles, and the mise-en-scène moves with precision and confidence.? All in all, this is ?the earliest masterpiece of one of cinema?s most important filmmakers.?