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Unformatted text preview: Each of the three acts gave me a different view point of how each person dealt with their situation. Whether it was boot camp, the behind the scenes, or even the actual war and killing part, I learned more about them. In conclusion I feel that Kubrick did very well with having three separate stories all rolled into one movie. Since the movie had three parts I feel it gave depth to a movie that is considered a sad movie. If the story was just about how the guys go off to war and die than there would be depth and I feel that this movie would have been viewed in a different way. The three acts were wonderful and I liked how they were tied together....
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- Spring '08