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The Way to the Stars(1945)

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  • Real War Film

    • denscul
    • 5/30/13

    So many "war" films are just a bunch of baloney. Especially ones about flying. But any film that touches on the on the bonds that are formed by war, especially in a combat flying unit. It doesn't matter whether its US, Russian, German, or in this case British. I am surprised that nobody has written a critic about this film. Nobody who has any sense, comes home without wounds, physical, mental or both. One of the biggest burden is a question that haunts a veteran the rest of his life. And that is the random selection of fate as to who goes home in a box. The British seem to have produced more films about war that are more realistic than most of ours. This film, in particular, was made in 1945, as the war was ending in Europe. The British had been fighting since 1939, and the war had been brought to their shores during the blitz. England was never the same, much as this country will never be the same after 9/11.The acting, plot and direction are excellent despite the low budget of all films made by Britain during the war. Despite the Blitz, they kept making films, which were probably as important as making weapons. Most of the early films, were not as good as those filmed after the war because, the real cost to the veterans couldn't be mentioned until the war was over.t

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