All Quiet on the Western Front tells the story of a group of young Germans who enlist in World War I after being captivated by slogans of patriotism and honour. Front of the Class: “I can’t see you as a teacher,” one blunt administrator told the author. According to Turner Movie Classics website, the Nazis were deliberate in their attempts to stop the showing of the film: "Joseph Goebbels, later their propaganda minister, led pickets in front of theatres showing the film and sent party members to lead riots inside the theatres. BACK; NEXT ; The Home Front. Film Review: ‘The Front Runner’ Hugh Jackman stars as senator Gary Hart, whose presidential run was undone by a sex scandal, in this shaggy, somewhat unfocused, Robert Altman-style …


After enduring heavy fighting on the Western front of World War I, a group of German soldiers rest behind the front lines. On the evening of Tuesday, April 28th, 1942, Americans gathered around their radios to listen to President Franklin D. Roosevelt as he spoke with the nation about tremendous challenges ahead. It is narrated by the protagonist, Paul Baumer, who is 20 years old. The young men soon learn that the romanticized version of war that was described to them is nothing like the battlefields they encounter. World War II: Home Front Summary & Analysis. The authentic-looking, powerful film is concerned with the problems of trade unionism, corruption and racketeering. On the Waterfront (1954) is a classic, award-winning, controversial film directed by Elia Kazan - a part drama and part gangster film.
All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) is the first major anti-war film of the sound era, faithfully based upon the timeless, best-selling 1929 novel by Erich Maria Remarque (who had experienced the war first-hand as a young German soldier).

Plot summary. Cohen encountered that attitude many times in the summer after college graduation. The film was advertised with the brooding face of one of the young German recruits sent into World War I. Summary: The Front Runner follows the rise and fall of Senator Gary Hart (Hugh Jackman), who captured the imagination of young voters and was considered the overwhelming front runner for the 1988 Democratic presidential nomination when his campaign was sidelined by the story of an extramarital relationship with Donna Rice.