This is one of a few movies that I have been moved to recommend. In my world view, it deserves everyone’s attention.
Many stories have been written about war and the consequences of engaging in it. Here is a movie that strips away most of the consequential horror, leaving an experience of very absurd humor and pathos. Not districted by all the graphic ugliness, the audience is allowed to experience some very profound truth about the mind and human behavior when anything is allowed to happen. It resonates with and brings a fresh view to today’s world-scape of non-fact reality. Enjoy.
Here is the review from the Los Angeles Times.