Ryan and I would like to once again welcome you to another review for our Argumentative August Blogathon.
This next film, Paths of Glory (1957) is being reviewed by Niall of The Raging Fluff
Let’s see what Niall thought of this movie….
Summary: During the First World War, the French military orders a court-martial accusing soldiers of cowardice after an attack on an enemy position fails.
I originally reviewed Stanly Kubrick’s Paths of Glory last year for Movie Rob’s War Movies Month. But watching it again made me realise it is only tangentially a war film. Although it is set in France during the First World War, and there is a battle, as well as scenes in the trenches and on No Man’s Land, and an awful lot of killing and dying, I don’t think Kubrick was really interested in making…
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