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The War Game [Import allemand]

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  • Acteurs : Michael Aspel, Peter Graham, Kathy Staff, Peter Watkins
  • Réalisateurs : Peter Watkins
  • Scénaristes : Peter Watkins
  • Producteurs : Peter Watkins
  • Format : PAL, Import
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Bfi
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 3 février 2003
  • Durée : 48 minutes
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  • ASIN: B00007LZ57
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A drama documentary which shows the effects of a potential nuclear war on Britain. Also includes 'The War Game - The Controversy' and a Peter Watkins' short 'The Diary Of An Unknown Soldier'...

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HASH(0x94991ef4) étoiles sur 5 Still has impact 11 octobre 1999
Par Mr N Forbes-warren - Publié sur
Format: Cassette vidéo
I saw this film at a nuclear bunker museum in the county of Cheshire, in a small cinema in a crisis briefing room! A stunning and uncomfortably realistic account of how Britain might be affected by a limited nuclear strike. In particular, the focus is on the county of Kent, near London(contains several major targets, i.e. the government, Heathrow Airport, the ports, etc) and how the survivors come to terms with radiation, food riots, martial law, euthenasia for prolonged radiation suffering and a total breakdown in society. Even though this film is over thirty years old, it does still disturb in places. The cold war may be over, but nuclear weapons are still fact. The BBC used the child actors well to portray the hopelessness in the final scenes, and their words will remain on your mind. Do not miss this film, you must see it.
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HASH(0x94fa2948) étoiles sur 5 Never thought I'd run sobbing out of a theater.... 23 novembre 2004
Par L. A Walsh - Publié sur
...but I did, back when this documentary was shown during my "History of Warfare" class at the University of South Carolina back in the eighties. I ran out, threw up, and as I stumbled out of the bathroom stall I ran smack into another weeping, queasy student, one I had quarreled with viciously for several years (she was a Fundamentalist who attacked me publically for not being a Christian). Before we knew it, we were hugging each other and whispering, "I'm sorry...God, I'm sorry...what are we fighting about?"

The film shocked both of us into recognizing how important it is to keep the doors of dialog open, even between opposing people. War is too attractive an alternative to actually LISTENING to one another. As Gandhi says, "An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind".

I hope to buy a copy of this film to donate to the film library of my Unitarian church...but even now, I don't know if I could ever watch it again without nightmares at the very least.
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HASH(0x94bbc930) étoiles sur 5 If I had been a BBC Commissioner, I'd have banned it too. 17 février 2004
Par Katherine Keirns - Publié sur
Format: Cassette vidéo
It is incredibly easy to understand why this film was banned in the UK. As someone incredibly familiar with the horrors of Dresden and the holocaust, this was gut wrenching. Ringing so true it feels like a sledge hammer to the head, it very effectively uses WWII era film and information about fire storms. The fact that it does not show spectacular special effects of the actual blast is completely irrelevent to the power of the film.
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HASH(0x94f7a414) étoiles sur 5 THE GREATEST WORK OF ART EVER PRODUCED 25 mars 2002
Par SAMUEL KUHL - Publié sur
Format: Cassette vidéo
I first saw this film about one year ago and I have been trying to get other people interested in it ever since. Adopting a similar structure to Watkins's previous masterpiece 'CULLODEN',using a newsreel effect to tell the story,Watkins describes the possible effects of a nuclear strike on Britain. The BBC commissioned the film and then got cold feet when they realised that the reality was far more harrowing than they imagined it would be. It has only been shown once on British television and is now incredibly hard to get hold of;especially in its country of origin. In 47 minutes of blistering drama and amazingly realistic 'firestorm' effects Watkins manages to place the viewer right in the middle of this terrifying situation,constantly asking questions about why nuclear weapons exist and why there is an almost complete silence from government and public alike as to what we would do if we ever were threatened with nuclear weapons. Unfortunately,I have only seen two of Watkins's films: 'THE WAR GAME' and 'CULLODEN'. Both 'PRIVILEGE' and 'PUNISHMENT PARK' appear to be completely unavailable in any format anywhere in the world. 'THE COMMUNE',Watkins's last film also appears to be unavailable on both video and DVD. Why are films made by the world's greatest living artist so difficult to get hold of? For some time now I have considered 'THE WAR GAME' to be not just the greatest and the most important film in the history of cinema,but,quite simply,the greatest work of art ever produced!
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HASH(0x94d26ca8) étoiles sur 5 England has many bullseyes 29 août 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: Cassette vidéo
Peter Watkins produces a BBC Documentary which is so shocking the network won't show it. One of the damnable government follies portrayed in this extremely realistic period piece is that the government would not give out instructions on how to deal with radiation for free, no, it had to sell them and therefore the information was poorly distributed. Another disgraceful aspect is the cost of building internal or external shelters in homes, which only the well-to-do can afford with any certainty of protection. The attack and explosion sequences are quite realistic and the data used was drawn from experts including US Nuclear experiments in Nevada and South Pacific. While 30 years old, this film still portrays a very possible event only on a much milder scale than would actually be the case. In this film, Britain's dispersed V-Bomber Force is hit with a large number of one megaton intermediate range missile warheads. Today, they would be hit by five megaton or better multiple reentry warheads from long range missiles. Nonetheless, this is a haunting, horrible film depicting human misery. The firestorm scenes and the aftermath are particularly grim. Dresden, Hamburg and Tokyo have already been through such tragedy. It can happen again.
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