Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Let There Be Light -- John Huston (1946)

Yesterday's post about Gene Kelly's WWII PTSD film reminded me about Let There Be Light, a wartime film made by John Huston (Treasure of the Sierra Madre). I was told that the film was so realistic in its depiction of war-traumatized soldiers that the government suppressed it. Well, it's on YouTube, of course:

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