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More dangerous than nuclear attack (The Divide movie)

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When human dies?


Nuclear bomb banged, many people have died, New York is on the deck and some people confined. Some soldiers have killed a few of these innocent people, and they raped a child. They are hungry, they are juiceless, they are afraid.

"The Divide' screen play by Karl Mueller, director Xavier Gens. Lauren German and Michael Biehn play in.

It begins like an escaping from a nuclear attack. But we witness the calamity what much bigger than nuclear attack: Getting crazy people. This calamity is so bigger than nuclear attack that everyone try to escape out where NY streets on the deck. We forget out of that lodge and we forget terrorists, soldiers and the child who had been raped. We learn what is human and how he gets crazy and what does he do when crazy. And we really think some emotions, feelings and humanity situations are much more dangerous, much more horrible than nuclear guns and attacks. The Divide movie tells us this.

The movie has detailed and successful comments on critic of USA . It provides that how some citizens of American or other states, evaluate to barbarian.

Maybe danger of nuclear develops in parallel deformation of humanity. We may think that how fast to demolish of humanity; scare and danger of nuclear guns are so big, in the end of the movie. We don't be worry when we see the demolished NY in the end, because the woman going out to NY streets leaved the husband in the fire.

It is really hard movie.


I am 32 years old. I am from Turkey, I live in Ä°stanbul. I have graduated from Ankara University journalism school. I have worked as journalist, copy writer and editor since 1996. I am an editor in a news agency now. I like reading economy news, (more...)
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