Dir. Fritz Lang (1950).
Very close to American socialist realism, Fritz Lang’s Technicolor war film—shot on location at no small expense—opened five months in the Korean War, which it in some ways predicts, complete with a quasi-divine visitation by General MacArthur.
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This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on January 19, 2011