Photos from: Violent portrayal about how terrible violence is Hacksaw Ridge


"Hacksaw Ridge," directed by Mel Gibson, is a thematic contradiction; it's a violent movie about how terrible violence is. Just like in his other movies, Gibson does not hold back when it comes to the blood, the bombs, and the intense scenes.The point Gibson works so hard to make is that you do not have to be violent in order to be courageous or a hero. A warrior is defined by his courage, not his kills, and sticking to your convictions takes as much courage, if not more,as putting yourself in a dangerous situation.

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