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The Deer Hunter is a movie starring Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken, and John Cazale. An in-depth examination of the ways in which the U.S. Vietnam War impacts and disrupts the lives of people in a small industrial town in...

Drama, War
Michael Cimino
John Savage, Robert De Niro, John Cazale, Christopher Walken

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Genres Drama, War
Director Michael Cimino
Writer Quinn K. Redeker, Louis Garfinkle, Deric Washburn, Michael Cimino, Deric Washburn
Stars John Savage, Robert De Niro, John Cazale, Christopher Walken
Country USA
Also Known As 越戰獵鹿人, Ο ελαφοκυνηγός, Die durch die Hölle gehen, Voyage au bout de l'enfer, Hjortjägaren, Vanatorul de Cerbi, Łowca jeleni, A szarvasvadász, Hjartarbaninn, Shekarchi gavazn, Sa'ed al-ghezlan, Zij die door de hel gingen, El Francotirador, El cazador, Deer Hunter, Hjortejegeren, Lovec na jelene, Lovac na jelene, Lovec jeleňov, Kauriinmetsästäjä, ディア・ハンター, Avcı, Lovec jelenu, Elnių medžiotojas, Lovec jelenů, El francotirador, Ловац на јелене, O Caçador, O Franco Atirador, Die durch die Hölle gehen - The Deer Hunter, Il cacciatore, The Man Who Came to Play
Runtime 3 h 3 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Michael, Nick, and Steven are three buddies from the steel mill town of Clairton, Penn.They work together, hang out in a local bar and enjoying weekends deer hunting Ina a larger group with three other friends. But their placid life is soon to be changed after the three buddies enlist in the airborne infantry to go to Vietnam. So they all celebrate a goodbye at Steven's wedding and they leave for Vietnam. They are captured by the enemy and forced to play games of Russian Roulette to amuse their guards. They escape and Mike returns home to find Nick has stayed in Vietnam and Steven is handicapped after losing his legs and the use of one arm after the escape. Mike finds that deer hunting has changed for him after Vietnam and he returns to Vietnam during the fall to attempt to rescue Nick.

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Tuesday, 22 Sep 2020 10:15

I don't like Hollywood films. They're never fun to watch and usually seem to fall into the category of mindless brainless entertainment. I really enjoyed 'The Deer Hunter' but I had to turn it off after about 20 minutes, because it just kept getting more and more depressing. It was that awful to watch, I couldn't take it any longer. It had a few good scenes, but overall it just made me cringe. I'm not sure why I liked the film so much. I guess the point is that Vietnam vets are horribly dehumanized, but somehow we are supposed to empathize with them. Not in this case. After the movie I said to myself, "I have to see this film again to sort out my feelings about Vietnam." So I went back and watched it again. I can't believe I was so kind to myself in the beginning, but this time I was willing to put it down and watch the movie again. I should have just watched it, but there's no way I could have watched it without breaking down. I didn't mind the ending though, because it was done in such a way that it gave the film a sort of stylistic influence. It was one of those films that seemed like it would be fine if you just did one viewing, but you really need to see it again to see if it makes any sense. To me, 'The Deer Hunter' is the best film of the Vietnam war. It has a lot of problems, but it's probably the most humane, realistic, and realistic film I've ever seen. It also has a little bit of philosophy thrown into the mix, which is always a plus. There are a few people who think that this film is "too controversial." I actually don't know why I am saying this. It's not controversial at all, but I think it's kind of weird that people are actually saying it is. I think it's more of a conspiracy theory, because people who didn't see the film are saying things like, "Nixon did it, and so did the Russians." It's like someone saying that Joseph Stalin killed himself because he was trying to live with his daughter and not have his brother die and lose everything. People are saying it's "too depressing." It's not depressing at all. It's a depressing, disturbing, and depressing film, and it is that way. The ending is so powerful, and so heartbreaking, that I think it's so depressing that people are saying it's depressing. I can't think of one good thing to say about this film. I think it's a great film, and I think it's a great film because of how well done it is. I think if you watch it again you'll know what I mean, and I think that's why it's so wonderful.

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