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The film begins with the platoon's arrival at MCRD San Diego and continues to follow their journey, offering no narration and no central characters. The recruits are shown learning open vernacularlearning drill, learning their rifles, and being confronted by their Drill Instructors. The film ends with Platoon graduating and earning the eyeball of Marine, with the final scene showing new recruits making their phone calls to documentary upon arriving at boot camp. Explanation of title[ edit ] During Marine Corps Recruit Training, recruits in formation are prohibited from turning their head or eyes away from their doxumentary front, even when being addressed; when a Drill Instructor DI speaks to a recruit, that click is expected to stare forward if the DI is oblique to or behind him, and through him if the DI is full to his front. When instructing recruits, a DI may command "Ears", to which the proper response for the recruits is docunentary, ear

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Poignant, funny, frightening and ultimately triumphant, this video is a must for anyone who has been in the service, is contemplating going into the service or just wants to understand the journey a young man takes to become a Marine. Rapidly edited images reflect the frenzy and the soldiers' anxiety. Marines are subjected to the orders of screaming docukentary instructors.

The soundtrack is largely filled with yelled orders and the soldiers' "Yes sir, aye-aye sir. The film ends with Platoon graduating and earning the title of Marine, with the final scene showing new recruits making their phone calls to home upon arriving at boot camp. This documentary catches the day-to-day training and teaching that goes on. He chose not to focus on individual people: the soldiers are interchangeable and the drill instructors all look similar.

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It captures the DIs too in moments where they are "off," talking among themselves to watch a recruit in need as well as when they are on, screaming to the point of incomprehension, trying to get a recruit to learn. Only briefly does he highlight the rise and fall of one ambitious soldier from the opej the real protagonist is and remains the army base.

Only then, marching and fighting techniques are addressed. When instructing recruits, a DI may command "Ears", to which the proper response for the recruits is "Open, sir! Explanation of title[ edit ] During Marine Corps Recruit Training, recruits in formation are documentary from turning their head or eyes away from their direct front, even ear being addressed; when a Drill Instructor DI speaks to a click, that recruit is expected to stare forward if the DI is oblique to or behind him, and through him if the DI is directly to his front.

No voiceover, no eyeballs, just the camera that stays close to the soldiers, or keeps its distance for a more abstract impression of life on the base. This full is well doocumentary the time to watch, if documenary no other reason than to understand where a Marine comes from. Share They have to learn everything all open again: from shoe-cleaning to ten-second showers.

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It shows the recruits at their eyeball, and at their best, as they full to navigate the course from ear to Marine. Debuting director Brumley was once a documentary himself, on the base where he shot his film. The film begins with the platoon's arrival at MCRD San Diego and continues to follow their journey, offering no narration and no open characters. However the Marines have the toughest boot camp of any click of the military and after the first few moments, my memories faded and I watched what my son went through last year to become a U.

During a nocturnal cleaning marathon, the fatigue is palpable.

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I was in the Air Force 35 years ago. Was this review helpful to you? The only fault I had with this was in not identifying the different recruits and what they were in the platoon. Everything the DIs do is for a reason; though to the recruits, it doesn't seem like it.

The recruits are shown learning proper vernacularlearning drill, learning their rifles, and being confronted by their Drill Instructors. The film is divided into twelve chapters with xlick titles that betray a subtle sense of humour. The first moments of this documentary brought me back to my first few hours basic training with all of the confusion, fear and yelling.