An epic about God, Country and Family; a moving tale that makes one feel grateful for those who protect, the sacrifices they and their families make and yet the fallacy of war. Ends with an anti-climax, an irony that shakes the very foundation of good over evil. Another classic from director Clint Eastwood who has made a business of picking up thought provoking scripts, and turning them into epics on the silver screen. Thanks Mr. Eastwood!
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I am an Indian Origin American living in Northern California. I am reviving a college time hobby and now "officially dabbling with writing" in my midlife. Besides the political or random current event commentary, and movie reviews, I find myself on a journey of self discovery; often wondering about the nature of the human mind and my own. Some of the English poetry is an attempt to channelize my musings into a positive message for myself mostly, and the world, if anyone is so inclined. Hoping to pacify, soothe and even inspire. View all posts by Pratish Shah