Why can't ALL war movies be this funny and romantic??
I think I like movies where one good thing happens to the characters, and then they reference it for the rest of the movie.
"Theo, this may sound a damn silly thing to say to you, but I never got over it."
I'd heard that this was an oddly structured film before, but I didn't know its politics were this radical for its time period as well.
it's such a beautiful exploration of what people cling to in the presence of war, being forced to claim new things, job positions, and people as substitutes for home.