Anybody's Son Will Do
Photographed on location at the United States Marine Corps Parris Island Training Depot in South Carolina, this film follows a group of young recruits through their gruelling ten-week "basic training." Anybody's Son Will Do provides insight into techniques that all armies use to indoctrinate recruits with a new set of morals--techniques that transform ordinary citizens into soldiers ready to kill, even to die, for their country. Part two of the seven-part series War, hosted by Gwynne Dyer, examining the nature, evolution and consequences of modern warfare.
1983, 56 min 36 s
Special Peace Award (ex aequo with the film «Nicaragua - A Special Report») - with a cash prize of 2,000$ Aust.
International Film Festival
June 1 to 6 1984, Melbourne - Australia
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