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Film Review - Fireworks Wednesday

Blu-ray Review - The Purple Plain


The horrors of war are gracefully examined in 1954's "The Purple Plain," which downplays military valor to cut to the center of psychological ruin facing a fighter pilot who wants to die in combat, only to find heroics instead. Director Robert Parrish guides this sensitive study of depression, with Gregory Peck capably managing layers of quiet intensity in the lead role, which demands an exhaustive performance that indentifies the shattering of a soul and its eventual repair through the possibility of love. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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