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    The intolerable amount of deaths displayed in the film was only one of many strategies which Spielberg utilized in the movie to increase its authenticities. The fact that Saving Private Ryan accurately imitated the European Theatre of the War on the TV screen made it an excellent representation of United States’s contribution to the war efforts in the Second World War. The script writer Robert Rodat, wrote the plot based on a true story of Sergeant Frederick Niland. Like Private Ryan, the army discharged him from his duties on the front line transported him back home due to the death of his three brothers. In addition, both Private Ryan and Sergeant Niland benefited from the Sole Survivor Policy enacted by the American Army in 1942. Furthermore,…

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    In saving Private Ryan created by Ryan Rodat, directed by Steven Steinberg was produced in 1998. In the movie Saving Private Ryan, the story wraps around a young man named James Ryan who is one of the many soldiers who participated in D-day during World War Two. Ryan is the youngest of four brother however, his three older brothers have died in the war so, one day in the mailing office, a woman takes notice when she starts writing the 4th notification letter about the disappearance of James Ryan…

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    An analysis of Saving Private Ryan Introduction Saving Private Ryan aimed to portray the different terrors as well as triumphs of the D-Day as more than just a story of make believe. It is important to realize that indeed Saving Private Ryan has often been described as the most realistic as well as the most factual presentation of combat that World War II veterans have seen. The movie can currently be described as the champion when it comes to the World War II film genre, and this is because it…

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    Gauthier American Studies Lit/Comp 11 Date: 1-4-16 Saving Private Ryan (1998) This movie was directed by Steven Spielberg, a very famous Director of all sorts of Hollywood movies. Saving Private Ryan focuses on the final stages of World War II. This film shows the D-day invasion, combat in towns, and combat in the countryside. All with the added effect of human emotion as well as rational thought. To start, the accuracy of this movie is very high. Especially the first scene where the…

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    SAVING PRIVATE RYAN PART 1: THE BATTLE OF NORMANDY The Battle of Normandy was key for the allies success in France. The Allies landed on the Normandy beaches on June 6th, 1944 and had major issues moving off the boats, moving into the mainland of Normandy and then onward to Paris. The Allies initially had the element of surprise because of D-Day however once the landings had occurred, that changed as the Germans then knew what their plan was, to push inland and not to be in Pays de Calais. The…

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    Why Saving Private Should Be Considered a Classic WWII Movie Imagine how it would feel to be trapped behind enemy lines with no communication to base. During the Second World War, this was a reality for paratroopers during D-Day. A movie that tells that story of a paratrooper behind enemy lines is Saving Private Ryan (Spielberg). However, there is a twist to not only being trapped behind enemy lines, but having men come to extract the private to tell him his brothers are dead. Saving Private…

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    In the movie Saving Private Ryan, a team of soldiers is sent on a mission to save a soldier who lost all his brothers to the war. To prevent further grief to the family, the United States government decided that he must be sent home. The government, however, did not know where Private Ryan was and the team had to find and retrieve him, which caused a lot of losses on their side. Sargent Horvath states that saving Private Ryan might be the only good thing that his men have done. After all the…

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    The representation of war in: Saving Private Ryan and The Thin Red Line War films at times fail to capture the true essence of war, capturing the torment that war inflicts on individuals and groups is difficult to capture. The Thin Red Line presents itself as close to the reality of war that it can. It has no plot or pain characters instead men in a constant state of dread not knowing what will happen next. Saving Private Ryan however, is very different, there is fear and anger throughout…

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    and movies almost always have some type of bias. Bias are present in both Saving Private Ryan, and All Quiet on the Western Front. Saving Private Ryan has aspects of an anti and pro war movie, while All Quiet on the Western Front is a true anti-war book. Just like a lot of the movies out there, Saving Private Ryan has a few overdramatized parts. Of course, without some exaggerated parts war movies would not be as big a hit. It's the viewer's job to sift through the reality and the fantasy. Both…

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    Saving Private Ryan is an award winning 1998 film directed by Steven Spielberg that documented D-Day on June 6, 1944 and the atrocities the men in battle went through. The film received 5 Oscars, 74 other rewards, and was nominated for another 74 awards. The film has also been appraised by Royal Marines that played as extras in the film and after the release of the film in 1998 the number of people that visited the American cemetery at St. Laurent increased due to the graphic content that was…

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