the reds and the whites

The Red and The White is a 1967 film by Miklos Janco in which it depicts the red army fighting against the white army. the movies is set to take place during 1918-1919 during the russian civil war. throughout the whole movie the reds are the ones that are dominating and obliterating there enemy just shooting them point blank white any remorse but what pity can you show, after all they are the enemy. all the audience can do is hope that they can fight back. this movie shows only one thing about war and that it’s bad. there’s nothing about war to glorify. the movies is basically about who ever has the edge over the other person basically has more power over the other and in the end the reds have the edge over the whites and they basically have to deal with it. i would recommend this film to anybody who likes war movies.

Csillagosok, Katonak. Julian Petley.

International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers. Ed. Sara Pendergast and Tom Pendergast. Vol. 1: Films. 4th ed.  Detroit: St. James Press, 2000. p277-279. Word Count: 1393.

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