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Today we are joined again by Professor James Early of the Key Battles of American History Podcast to talk about the 1998 World War 2 film, The Thin Red Line. This is a controversial movie. It completely breaks the commonly held ideas about what a war movie should be. Is The Thin Red Line what a movie about war really should be?

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