"The 'Mother' of All Battles": 'Courage under Fire' and the Gender-Integrated Military

Title"The 'Mother' of All Battles": 'Courage under Fire' and the Gender-Integrated Military
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2000
AuthorsLinville, Susan E.
JournalCinema Journal
Volume39
Issue2
Pagination100-120
Date PublishedWinter 2000
Abstract

Courage Under Fire (1996) goes a long way toward affirming the goal of gender and racial integration in the contemporary armed services, but it is also defined by images, elisions, and subtexts that point equivocally to other historical and cultural vantage points, perspectives that erode and destabilize the film's overtly forward-looking vision.

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