Word Collapses under “Fury”
♦ FURY ♦
The movie was directed by David Ayers, an American film director, producer, and screenwriter.
David Ayer was born in Illinois and grew up in Maryland, where he was kicked out of his house by his parents as a teenager. Ayer then lived with his cousin in California, where his experiences in South Central Los Angeles became the inspiration for many of his films.
Ayer then enlisted in the United States Navy as a submariner.
This movie takes place in April 1945.
During the last months of World War II, an experienced and determined army veteran nicknamed War Daddy takes command over a five-man team. They pilot together a Sherman tank called Fury. They are forced to achieve a deadly mission behind enemy lines.
At a disavantage and poorly armed, they have to defeat all odds in an attempt to strike down the German forces.
⊕ To our mind ⊕
We were not really excited at first about seeing a war movie, but we completely changed our minds once the movie ended.
A focus is made on the five men’s feelings, in order that the viewer can sympathize with what the soldiers, during the Second World War, had to undergo. On top of that, it is well-acted by the famous Brad Pitt. It examines the psychological experience of warfare. It is more about relationships built in war and not the war itself.
In line with Saving Private Ryan, all the characters are believable and convincing.
Even though the movie isn’t really realistic on some points, this film is a really stricken testimony of what happened in these tanks.
As a conclusion, from our point of view: a must-see.