I might be a little bias...


But I think this film is awesome, as is Samuel Fuller. I think of him like a politically correct version of Sam Peckinpah - White Dog is also another great film of his.

How would you rank and rate his different films?

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This was an awesome movie. I definately like how it shines a light on American racism. A Japanese American soldier is reminded about the internment camps during World War Two. And an African American soldier is reminded that back home he is even less than a second class citizen. The only thing "PC" (I hate that term with a passion. I call it having "good manners".)is his answer about 100 years ago he couldn't ride the bus. In another 50 he may be able to ride in the middle,etc..there are certain things you can't rush,buster! Yeah,okay guy."It's fine that I'm a CITIZEN and they treat me like an animal in my own country". Or when the Japanese American hinted to the Red major it's okay for the Whites in the States to treat us like crap,but by gosh we won't take it from outsiders!! A good movie but it sugar coated (as most war flicks before the Vietnamese War)race relations.

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It's fine that I'm a CITIZEN and they treat me like an animal in my own country
Aside from service animals, animals are generally not allowed on the bus. Not even in the back. Zing!

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It's presented truthfully, but it's all relative and no government of any country should be trusted to do the right thing 100%. For example, how does American racism of 60 years ago compare in brutality with recent North Korean government policies inducing starvation conditions jeopardising millions of its own population?

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how does American racism of 60 years ago compare in brutality with recent North Korean government policies inducing starvation conditions jeopardising millions of its own population?


how does American racism of 60 years ago today compare in brutality with recent North Korean government policies inducing starvation conditions jeopardising millions of its own population?



You Fill Me with Inertia.

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