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The Long Day's Dying (1968)
One of the few good movies depicting war..
This is not a movie you watch for entertainment, at least most people I know would not.
It's portraits the cruelty to both body and mind that happen in a war pretty well, the characters seem plausible, especially because you "read their minds", something more often found in books and rarely in movies, however done very well in this piece. I would place it next to "All quiet on the western front" and "Die Brücke" in terms of leaving a lasting impression.
I wish I could screen it at school, along with the other two movies - however finding a copy of it showed to be pretty hard - which is a shame.