Pourquoi si peu de films sur 14-18 ?

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Shared November 11, 2018

Cent ans après, la Première Guerre Mondiale ne semble toujours pas avoir les faveurs de la culture populaire. Pourquoi le cinéma a-t-il déserté les tranchées de 14-18 ?

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Films 14-18 :
"Au Revoir là-haut" (2017) Albert Dupontel
"Un Long dimanche de fiançailles" (2004) Jean-Pierre Jeunet
"Les Sentiers de la Gloire" (1957) Stanley Kubrick
"La Grande Illusion" (1937) Jean Renoir
"La Chambre des Officiers" (2001) François Dupeyron
"Wonder Woman" (2017) Patty Jenkins

Films 39-45 :
"Il Faut Sauver le soldat Ryan" (1998) Steven Spielberg
"Dunkerque" (2017) Christopher Nolan
"Pearl Harbor" (2001) Michael Bay
"Les Heures sombres" (2017) Joe Wright
"La Ligne Rouge" (1998) - Terrence Malick
"Inglorious Basterds" (2009) Quentin Tarantino

"Stalingrad : Enemy at the Gates" (2000) Jean-Jacques Annaud
"Stalingrad" (2013) Fiodor Bondartchouk

Générique de fin :

"Green Fields of France" – Dropkick Murphys (Originale : "No Man's Land" – Eric Bogle)

Musiques :

"War Makes Men Mad" – Chris Allen (Soldats Inconnus OST)
"Some Place We Call Home" – Piotr Musial (This War of Mine OST)
"Truth Revealed" – Elia Cmiral (Spec Ops : The Line OST)
"The City Must Survive" – Piotr Musial (Frostpunk OST)
"Final Minutes and the Mountain" – Dan Romer