Samuel Fuller – The Big Red One (1980)

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A US Army sergeant who participated in the First World War now leads a rifle squad in the same division in which he’d served, the First Infantry. The squad participates in combat action from storming Vichy French Africa into the long siege of Sicily and Italy, into D-Day at Omaha Beach, and onward through the push to Germany. Along the way the squad gets involved in several incidents with civilians, such as a French woman about to give birth and also in a firefight in an insane asylum. Throughout the war the Sergeant has engaged in a mini-battle of wills with Pvt. Griff, a semi-pacifist whose convictions are destroyed in a horrific scene amid the human genocide of a concentration camp in 1945.

3.96GB | 1h 53mn | 1280×720 | mkv

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Language:English | French | Italian | German
Subtitles:English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese

3 comments

  1. Do you happen to have a copy of the 2hr. 40m reconstructed version of this film that is more true to Fuller’s original intent (and considered to be his masterpiece)? Thank you!

  2. Thanks!

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