Monday, August 16, 2010

The Desert Rats (1953): review- 5.5/10

There is much of potential interest here- the relations between Australian privates and British officers; or the nature of courage; or of leadership; but these themes are passed over too rapidly for them to have much emotional impact.

Ergo, the virtues of the film are mainly in its celebration Allied forces and their sucess in resisting Rommel's forces.

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