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well as the transformation of young men into killing machines
"That's an image that we take from Vietnam War movies. It's a culturally processed image. Kubrick must have known that it wasn't authentic. But he didn't care because he was interested in the image of the hyper-masculine Vietnam soldier, which he puts into this racist character," explains Abrams. "At the same time, though, he's the soldier who actually runs in to save Eightball. That just makes the image all the more complex."

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