Cuban Missile Crisis Analysis

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The movie which I watch about it 's Cuban missile crisis name was Thirteen Day. Director was Roger Donaldson movie has a drama and historical, political perspective in 2000. As we know Cuban missile crisis start in 1962. The movie focused on perspective of US political leadership in the movie is a Kevin Costner is a movie star with Bruce Greenwood actually I didn 't know him much just I admire to Kevin Costner. Bruce Greenwood during the movie had a role of US president John F. Kennedy. Both characters has a important role in the movie.

Movie based on 13 days process the Cuban missile crisis basically explain us what happened and what actions taken by US, Soviet Russian and Cuba.In the movie easily we may see that US and Soviet Russia stood closer to war because Russians put nuclear tipped missiles in Cuba.
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It also reminds us that it is impossible to escape from the truth of the world today. In 1962, President Kennedy and Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev stood face to face as soon as they have agreed. If they did not agree it would be a world war III.
The movie shows real the fact that, it is hard to believe, this confrontation could be ended in nuclear war. We see in this Film crucial role of the president and his advisers how they solve this conflict without war. President Kennedy took a complex sentence, he promised that the United States not to invade Cuba if Russia withdrew its missiles. but if Khrushchev had not accepted the offer within 24 hours, it will attack Cuba. The president is under intense pressure from his military commanders, who want to shoot first but Kennedy does not want to make it the war. He knows that if war breaks out it will be a world war III.
The strong point of the film is that it clearly shows that a small mistake the United States or the Soviets during the crisis could lead to a nuclear
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