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Aaron Jones over 2 years ago
Kubrick was very daring.
Noah Rymer over 3 years ago
incredible representation of the disconnect between officers and enlisted men.
Enmanuel Martínez Cornó almost 5 years ago
Excelent film. Its message applies even today.
Austin over 5 years ago
I love this film. Everyone's holding back tears by the time the credits roll.
Mario Schievenini almost 6 years ago
Damn it, it's an amazing film. Acting is great and the emotions it creates are even better
Ryan Boucher 6 years ago
Brilliant Kubrick realism. Certainly not a pro-war film.
Yigit Ata over 6 years ago
The true beginning of the Kubrick's Dynasty.
Grant davies almost 7 years ago
|A total classic movie. 9/10
Dominic Dirupo almost 7 years ago
Shocking war story set in WWI France. Only downside - the american accents of every actor
João Santos almost 7 years ago
This is my favorite war movie ever. Eternal masterpiece.
amina zadeh 7 years ago
One of my favorite war films
Marcus Miller over 7 years ago
Tim Carey is the Gary Busey of his generation. And the movie`s not bad either. :P
Nate McBean over 7 years ago
DVD disc returned on 5/15/2012 (netflix)
Jake Barlow over 7 years ago
One of my Top 10 of All Time.
Camel's Bell 8 months ago
Don Lathrop 11 months ago
Haydn Line over 2 years ago
Tiziano Iasevoli over 2 years ago
Annalisa Schettino almost 3 years ago
Paths of Glory is a 1957 American anti-war film by Stanley Kubrick based on the novel of the same name by Humphrey Cobb. Set during World War I, the film stars Kirk Douglas as Colonel Dax, the commanding officer of French soldiers who refused to continue a suicidal attack. Dax attempts to defend them against a charge of cowardice in a court-martial. Cobb's novel had no title when it was finished, so the publisher held a contest. The winning entry came from the ninth stanza of the famous Thomas Gray poem "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard". "The boast of heraldry, the pomp of pow'r, And all that beauty, all that wealth e'er gave, Awaits alike th'inevitable hour. The paths of glory lead but to the grave." The book was a minor success when published in 1935, retelling the true-life affair of four French soldiers who were executed to set an example to the rest of the troops. The novel was adapted to stage the same year by Sidney Howard, where it played on Broadway as Paths of Glory....
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