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WarZone (2009)

 -  Short | Action | Drama  -  2009 (USA)
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A soldier reflects on what he cares about most to find peace in the midst of brutality.

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Grandison M. Phelps IV ...
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Jessica Perrault ...
Anne
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A soldier reflects on what he cares about most to find peace in the midst of brutality.

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Where is your warZone?

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Short | Action | Drama | Romance | War

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a mini version of "The Thin Red Line"
6 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"WarZone" is similar to Terrence Malick's "The Thin Red Line", in that both films are about soldiers in war, and both use narration to convey how the war has changed them as human beings and as husbands/boyfriends.

The opening shot of a soldier in the midst of war, with the fire from explosions around him reflected in his eyes, is haunting (and impressive for a low budget film), requiring plenty of post-effects/visual work.

The cinematography in "WarZone" is very good, as is the sound design. What the film lacks in standard narrative structure, it more than makes up in visuals and its poetic feel. At 5 minutes, the film feels short (to me), but it'll probably be more effective and more widely seen as a result.


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