The Battle of San Pietro
Directed by John Huston
I knew going into this that this wouldn't be the most enjoyable experience. War documentaries aren't really my thing; I seem to prefer movies where I learn as little as possible. The positive side was that this movie is only around thirty minutes long.
I set this film up in my sister's bedroom. She seemed to take this as an excellent time to not study the film, but to teach me how to walk in heels since apparently I am the disgrace of the family when I wear them. A decision is still pending on whether or not I am allowed to wear my black heels Saturday night. I imagine you will eagerly await the verdict with me.
Anyway, I didn't pay to much attention as soon as the narrator started droning on about the soldiers. It is a load of propaganda fluff anyway so I didn't miss too much wisdom. Skip it.
US army considered it too damaging to a soldier's morale to be shown.
Cut to a 32 minute version since it was considered to anti war.