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It suffers from narrative flaws that are inherent in the source material not clear what the movie is about and also derive from the peculiar nature of this particular war. Images of these movies, which have become an integral part of American pop culture, are shown in the text itself, making the gap between intent and effect all the more apparent. In the summer ofAnthony Swofford, a year-old, third-generation enlistee, was sent to the deserts of Saudi Arabia to fight in the first Gulf War.

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He also took questions about the project of writing an autobiography and how his book has been translated into film. The Harvard Crimson: Could you describe the writing process for the book? Did you keep notes or a journal while serving?

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When Apocalypse Now opened in people argued over its politics. I always thought it was mainly prowar, so I got some satisfaction from seeing an early scene in Jarhead that shows marines at their Mojave Desert base in watching the movie on video. Director Francis Ford Coppola, a known liberal, plainly saw the scene as disturbing, but screenwriter John Milius, a known hawk, has often suggested that he saw it as a hoot.

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Snopes needs your help! Learn more. Two years ago a soldier from my unit in Germany told me he witnessed the following story. When he was deployed for the Gulf War, another guy received a videotape from home.

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As the choppers lay waste to a Vietnamese village, the Marines erupt in cheers, imitating the soldiers on screen — the tapping of a rifle magazine on a helmet, say — as if joshing their way through The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Anthony Swofford, in his Gulf War memoir, explains that he and his fellow Marines used Apocalypse Now and the other Vietnam films as a kind of violent pornography, pumping themselves up for the consummation they thought — or hoped — war would be. Then the war starts, but the enemy is faceless to the point of abstraction: far-off men in the sand, or oil derricks, detonated by Saddam, burning against the night sky like orange tornado plumes.

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Before Swofford enlisted and headed to the desert in the Gulf War, he and his divorced mother would often visit his sister at a mental-health facility near the Sierra Nevada. It was similar to the grief-suffused sigh he could hear in her letters once he was stationed in Saudi Arabia. Sykes Jamie Foxx among them.

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Politically, "Jarhead" tilts left, while "Over There" slants right, though the people who make and market them would never admit it. That idea has been echoed by the director, Sam Mendes, and is bluntly stated on-screen by a marine who says to forget politics because, "We're here. In an America that can't get past its red state vs.

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Anthony Swofford was sent to the Saudi desert in with the U. He waited for six months in the sand and heat, battled boredom and fear, came close to suicide and almost murdered a fellow soldier. During four days of war, he survived enemy mortar attacks and friendly tank fire, and trekked into Iraq through a wasteland—left by U.

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When the marines -- or "jarheads," as they call themselves -- were sent in to Saudi Arabia to fight the Iraqis, Swofford was there, with a hundred-pound pack on his shoulders and a sniper's rifle in his hands. It was one misery upon an. It was one misery upon another.

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