Korean War veteran Cal Brown (Stevens) recreates a war zone in the high-rise office where he is working at night---using automatic weapons, grenades, barbed wire, and booby traps---and ... See full summary »

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Korean War veteran Cal Brown (Stevens) recreates a war zone in the high-rise office where he is working at night---using automatic weapons, grenades, barbed wire, and booby traps---and forces all his co-workers to participate in conquering the perceived "hill". Written by rbecker28

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8 October 1963 (USA)  »

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Crazy exciting story

The hero of this tale is not a super hero, far from that. The kind of fellow in whom any one of us could recognize himself, war vet or not. On ordinary worker, clerk in an office, in a big building who, one day, gets awry, as Michael Douglas did in FALLING DOWN, losing his nerves and taking a machine gun. A subject which is not so far from today reality, with war vets from Afghanistan who suffer from traumatic disorders. Warren Stevens plays this totally weird character, holding his colleagues as sort of hostages, behaving with them as if he was their commanding officer. You deal here with, I repeat, a totally insane situation, totally unbelievable tale. The lunatic war veteran makes his office a war field, shouting at them, yelling at them...I have never seen such a topic. Surrealist story, Worth seeing to be believed. I highly recommend it. A tragic and sad story, if you watch closely too. Warren Stevens is outstanding here, in this compelling performance.


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