Oliver Stone's Thesis About The Vietnam War

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In his movies, Stone appears to be a forceful person who sees the world as a combat zone or a minefield, and himself as a rebel determined to triumph in the war. It is such an orientation that made him direct a film such as "JFK," which is the ultimate conspiracy film. He managed to make this film because of his sense of tranquility and security. Through these movies, it is clear that Stone is more political than most of his contemporaries and leans more to the left in his opinions (Riordan, p. 377). Nevertheless, his movies do not play like ideological criticisms but have an intrinsic energy and passion that sweep the audience along.
The purpose of this paper is to examine and explain Oliver Stone’s thesis about the Vietnam War, especially
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