Beast Of No Nation Analysis

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The war based movies usually grab the attention of viewers. The amazing tale Beasts of No Nation is novel which is written by the Nigerian-American in 2005, who Harvard-educated student and author Uzodinma Iweala, The Nove lwas adapted as a film in 2015. The novel which is adapted as a film in 2015 is about the young poor boy, Agu, Who is forced to join a group of soldiers in some unnamed West African country. While Agu fears his commander and many of the men around him, his fledgling childhood has been brutally shattered by the war raging through his country, and he is at first conflicted by simultaneous revulsion by and fascination with the mechanics of war. Iweala does not shy away from explicit, visceral detail and paints a complex, difficult…show more content…
The director put the novel into film with great magic he exactly knows about where to put people in the frame, how to light them, and how to move the camera to the certain angles and the dialouges of the film was…show more content…
The way the story this story is told through following the outlook of a child soldier is a truly matchless experience, the view scenes of the movie that will remain fresh in my mind because they were directed in such a perfect way a terrible view of war that will stay with me for many years.It is one of the best war movie I have ever seen in my life I would rate it 9 out of
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