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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Home of the Brave (1949)





















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Based on a play by Arthur Laurents, Home Of The Brave recounts the story of a young black soldier (James Edwards) who has suffered a nervous breakdown and developed psychosomatic paralysis. Crippled by rage and trauma, his condition was induced by experiences encountered during a reconnaissance mission combined with a lifetime of racial discrimination. He may be able to walk again, but only if he can overcome his anger and frustrations. The film’s theme revolves around a diverse group of men subjected to the horror of war and their individual struggles. Home Of The Brave was one of Hollywood’s first bold statements regarding the issue of race. 

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