“The war functions more like the great white whale in Melville’s Moby Dick, as a force that needs to be explained, than as a setting for the defense of political and cultural values or a theatre for personal courage.”

Ron Mottram on The Thin Red Line (1998), “All Things Shining: The Struggle for Wholeness, Redemption and Transcendence in the Films of Terence Malick”, in Hannah Patterson (Ed.): The Cinema of Terrence Malick. Poetic Visions of America, Wallflower Press, London & NY, 2003, page 19.


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