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(298995) 8.1 183 min 1978

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...

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

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
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 3H 3M
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, 18 Aug 2020 04:03

There are few things in life that are more valuable than your life. The most valuable is your life, and it's the most precious commodity you can own. It's up to you to manage it. It's up to you to make sure you don't blow it away. And so we are faced with the horror of the Vietnam War, the horror of the Japanese Occupation of China and the horror of the Spanish Civil War, where our people lost more than 800,000 lives in the name of democracy. And yet we are forced to fight. We are forced to put our lives on the line, not only in the name of the nation, but in the name of our country. How does this compare to the past? The greatest of all times was the United States of America, and there is no way we should ever ever compare it to this war. We can't even begin to imagine the horror of war, let alone compare it to the terrible things of war. The shame of this movie is that it presents the horror of war as if it were a comedy. If you can accept that it's a comedy, then this is the movie for you. This is an important movie for many reasons. First, it shows the horrors of war to the world, and to ourselves, but also it shows how an individual can become a part of something far greater than himself. We know that if the Nazis hadn't been defeated in World War II, they would have kept going, and all of us would have been killed. We know that if it weren't for the effort of thousands of ordinary citizens who risked their lives and gave their lives to bring freedom and democracy to the world, the world would never have heard of democracy. We know that if we had not been so foolish as to go into Vietnam and not see the atrocities of that war, the world would never have heard of freedom and democracy. And so we see a man who has to do all of these things, and we see a man who is willing to risk his own life, even his own life for a cause far greater than himself. Second, it shows the horror of war to those who live in that war, but it also shows how it affects us, both the men and the women in that war, and it shows us that even though our government is saying they won't make the movies like this one, they will. It shows us that the horrors of war can continue even when we are no longer in the war. It shows us that if we do not stop the bloodshed of the war, we will see the horrors of war continue to be the norm for our children and for our children's children. We will see men and women being tortured, raped, and shot. We will see men and women who have sacrificed their lives for our country being targeted for death, for killing their own parents. We will see one of the most important and well documented acts of our country, the burning alive of three Vietnamese students by a school principal. It will be hard to believe that someone could do that. But it's true. And it will be hard for us to go on knowing that a person could do that, knowing that a nation that we know to be the greatest in the world could be doing this. It will be hard for us

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