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F U L L
M E T A L
J A C K E T

by EROE_DEL_P2P

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Full Metal Jacket
è un film di guerra
diretto da Stanley Kubrick nel 1987.
La pellicola rappresenta il penultimo
film del regista americano uscito nelle sale cinematografiche
prima della sua morte. Dopo questo Kubrick tornerà alla regia
solo 12 anni dopo con Eyes Wide Shut.
Il titolo si riferisce alla guaina di
rame con cui sono
blindati i proiettili.


Visit the IMDB link: http://www.Imdb.com/title/tt0093058

PLOT
The film is divided into two parts. In the first part, a group of new recruits in the United States Marine Corps have just arrived at Parris Island for basic training. After they have their heads shaved, they meet their drill instructor, Gunnery Sergeant Hartman (R. Lee Ermey), who wastes no time in starting the process of making these civilians into Marines. The Vietnam War is in full swing, and his job is to produce trained Marines. The film's first section focuses on the physical and psychological treatment of the recruits, in particular Leonard Lawrence (Vincent D'Onofrio), whom Hartman derisively nicknames "Gomer Pyle."
Hartman immediately pegs Pyle as a misfit. He is socially awkward, dimwitted, overweight, out of shape, and afraid of heights. He has trouble coping with the physical rigors of recruit training and does not respond well to orders and procedures. These deficiencies get the constant attention of Hartman, who punishes him to encourage him to perform better as well as to provide a lesson to the others. Hartman ultimately appoints the protagonist "Joker" (Matthew Modine) as Pyle's squad leader, bunkmate, and mentor, stressing that Joker will set Pyle straight, or else. Pyle eventually begins to straighten up and become a more disciplined recruit on some fronts, but forgets to lock his footlocker before a barracks inspection. Opening it, Hartman finds a contraband jelly doughnut inside and immediately puts a new rule into effect: every time Pyle "fucks up", Hartman will punish everyone else in the platoon because they are not helping Hartman by encouraging Pyle to work harder toward becoming a Marine. Shortly afterward, the other recruits gang up on Pyle during the night and give him a blanket party, pinning him to his bunk using a blanket and beating him severely with bars of soap wrapped in towels and socks. Joker, the last one to hit Pyle, covers his ears once he is back in his bunk to block out the latter's moaning and sobbing.
Over the next few days, Joker realizes that Pyle has become sullen and withdrawn. Pyle begins to detach himself from the platoon as well as the rest of reality. His expert marksmanship impresses Hartman, but Joker becomes worried upon watching Pyle carry on conversations with his rifle. On completing their training, everyone in 3092 platoon, including Pyle, graduates and is assigned a Military Occupational Specialty, the most common being 0300-Infantry (one notable exception is Joker who is assigned to 4212-Basic Military Journalism). On the platoon's last night on Parris Island, Joker is assigned fire watch (guard) duty, during which he discovers Pyle in the head (toilet) loading his rifle with live ammunition. Frightened, Joker attempts to calm Pyle and tells him "If Hartman finds us in here..we'll both be in a world of shit." Pyle replies "I am...In a world...of SHIT!" Pyle then begins shouting and executing drill commands and reciting the Rifleman's Creed. The noise awakens Hartman and he rushes into the head, demanding the rifle and ordering Pyle to put it down. Pyle smirks in madness and as Hartman starts abusing him, he shoots Hartman in the chest. He then turns the rifle on himself and commits suicide as the shocked Joker looks on.
The second part of the film opens in Vietnam in January, 1968. Joker is a Sergeant and a Marine Combat Correspondent with Stars and Stripes. He has been assigned to a Marine public affairs unit with "Rafterman" (Kevyn Major Howard), a combat photographer. One day in a meeting while reading reports and pitching article ideas, Joker tells his superior, Lt. Lockhart (John Terry), of a rumor that the enemy might launch a large attack during the Tet Holiday. Lockhart is dismissive of Joker's information. However, soon thereafter, the Tet Offensive begins and the Marine base is attacked. During the offensive, Joker fights in his first battle when elements of the North Vietnamese Army attempt to overrun the base.
The next day, the PA staff learn from Lockhart about the enemy attacks all over Vietnam. Joker is ordered to Phu Bai, a Marine forward operating base near the ancient Vietnamese city of Hu?, to cover the combat taking place. Rafterman tags along, hoping to get some combat experience. En route to their new assignment, Joker and Rafterman meet a crazed door gunner (Tim Colceri) on an H-34 Choctaw who is shooting every Vietnamese person he sees on the ground, on the assumption that they are all Viet Cong, even proudly shooting women and children and shouting, "Get some!" after each burst he fires.
When Joker and Rafterman land outside Hu?, they meet Lt. Walter J. Schinowsky, aka "Touchdown" (Ed O'Ross), who leads the platoon in which Joker's boot camp friend "Cowboy" (Arliss Howard) is serving. Touchdown directs them to a mass grave of civilians killed by the North Vietnamese Army. Afterwards, Joker finds Cowboy (also a Sergeant), second in command of the Lusthog Squad, whose M60 machine gun carrier is a nihilistic Marine nicknamed Animal Mother (Adam Baldwin). Joker then accompanies the squad during the Battle of Hu?, during which Touchdown is killed and a Marine nicknamed Crazy Earl (Kieron Jecchinis) takes command of the squad. As "Crazy" leads the men on a patrol through a ruined section of the city, another squad member is killed by enemy fire.
The squad is called up for patrol again, this time north of the Perfume River which divides the city of Hu?, where enemy forces are believed to be hiding. Crazy comes across a toy rabbit in a ruined building and picks it up, triggering an explosive booby trap that kills him and leaves Cowboy the reluctant squad leader. The squad becomes lost in the ruined buildings, and a sniper wounds two of their comrades, Doc Jay (Jon Stafford) and Eightball (Dorian Harewood), with the intention of drawing more of them in. As the squad maneuvers to try to locate the hidden position, the sniper finishes off the wounded men and kills Cowboy as well.
With Cowboy dead, Animal Mother assumes command of the remaining Marines. Using smoke grenades to conceal their advance, the squad approaches and enters the building being used by the sniper. Joker finds the sniper on an upper floor, but his rifle jams as he tries to shoot. The sniper, an adolescent Vietnamese girl, spins around and opens fire, pinning him behind a column. As he tries to draw his sidearm, Rafterman arrives and shoots the sniper, saving Joker. As Joker, Rafterman, and Animal Mother and other Marines of the squad stand over the mortally wounded girl, she begins to say "It hurts" in Vietnamese. After a pause, she begs in English to the Marines, "Shoot me," over and over. Joker and Animal Mother argue over this request. Animal Mother initially wants to leave her to be eaten by rats, but changes his mind; he will allow a mercy killing only if Joker, who has much less combat experience, performs it. After a pause, Joker shoots her with his pistol. The film concludes with the Marines' rendition of the Mickey Mouse March as their reunited platoon marches into the night toward their bivouac.



Trama

Il film, che ha come sfondo la Guerra del Vietnam, è diviso in due parti nettamente distinte:
la prima ha come tema l'addestramento militare, mentre la seconda mostra i soldati in guerra.


L'addestramento

Nel campo di addestramento dei Marines di Parris Island, nella Carolina del Sud, diciassette giovani
civili vengono addestrati duramente alla guerra. Il severissimo sergente istruttore Hartman (R. Lee Ermey)
tratta le reclute come animali, avendo come solo obiettivo quello di trasformarli in perfetti strumenti di morte.
A ognuno di essi Hartman conferisce un soprannome, talvolta ignobile. Obbliga i soldati ad amare visceralmente
il proprio fucile secondo i dettami del Credo del fuciliere, definendolo l'unico mezzo per "Uccidere, uccidere,
uccidere". Una delle reclute più brillanti e sagaci (Matthew Modine) viene soprannominato "Joker" (letteralmente
"bURLone") dopo essere stato punito pesantemente per una sua battuta di spirito sul sergente. Joker diventa amico
di un ragazzo texano, soprannominato "Cowboy" (Arliss Howard), e di un goffo e grasso commilitone, "Palla di
Lardo", tardo ad imparare le nozioni e la disciplina militare (Vincent D'Onofrio). A suon di punizioni dal
superiore e dai commilitoni, Palla di Lardo diviene d'improvviso una valida recluta ed un ottimo tiratore, ma a
scapito del suo equilibrio nervoso........


Al fronte

La seconda parte si apre con Joker di stanza nel Vietnam mentre lavora per Stars and Stripes, un giornale
militare statunitense assieme all'amico Rafterman (Kevyn Major Howard), il fotografo della testata. Stanco
della monotonia delle retrovie e del peso della censura delle notizie, si fa spedire con Rafterman al fronte
di Hué dopo la decisiva offensiva del Têt (1968) dei nord-vietnamiti. Qui si unirà alla squadra dei "Porci
Arrapati" comandata dal tenente "Mister Touch Down" (Ed O'Ross) dove troverà "Eightball" (Dorian Harewood),
un afroamericano dal grande cuore, "Animal" (Adam Baldwin), uno spietato ma coraggioso guerriero, e soprattutto
il soldato "Cowboy", suo amico dai tempi del corso di addestramento.....


Critica

Il film esce negli Stati Uniti il 26 giugno 1987, ad appena un anno di distanza dal pluri-premiato Platoon di
Oliver Stone, un altro film sul Vietnam.Secondo Sandro Bernardi, "il Vietnam da questo film è sparito": la
guerra è visibile in forma estremamente concentrata solo nella seconda parte dell'opera, in cui viene
rappresentata anti-epicamente, al di fuori dell'iconografia cinematografica classica (cui nel 1958 si conforma
anche, parzialmente, l'altro film di guerra di Kubrick, Orizzonti di gloria) che la vuole in primo piano.
Singolare il fatto che le scene di guerra sono ambientate in una città (battaglia di Hue) quando la Guerra del
Vietnam è stata combattuta in prevalenza nella giungla, cui è legata l'iconografia più diffusa.

Full Metal Jacket, rispetto ai precedenti film di guerra, e in modo particolare rispetto a tutti quelli sul
coinvolgimento americano in Vietnam, è un film sulla psicologia della follia, sulla psicoticità della natura
umana, ed è, in rapporto al modo ormai consolidato di fare cinema da parte di Kubrick, contrassegnato da quel
"gusto per la sorpresa e per il cambiamento", in cui Michel Ciment ravvisa "uno dei segni della [sua] modernità",
un oggetto spiazzante, un'opera in cui la familiarità dello spettatore con la tipologia cui esso dovrebbe
appartenere, viene, come d'abitudine, mantenuta e tradita nel medesimo tempo. Il Vietnam è qui un referente del
tutto elusivo, privo di un qualsivoglia spessore simbolico, mentre il linguaggio totalmente anti-retorico che
infacisce l'opera impedisce alla "guerra" di elevarsi a metafora e la fa invece ricadere su se stessa, esponendo
agli spettatori il suo lato più feroce, insensato e soprattutto "realistico".



dati Tecnici

Formato: DVD9
Menù: Si
AR: 1.33:1
Compressione: Nessuna lingue straniere
Dimensione: 5,56 GB
Lingua: ITA - ENG - FRAAc3 5.1
Sottotitoli: Multi12
Durata: 112 min.
Extra: Si - Trailer Cinematografico

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