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Last Flag Flying, directed by Richard Linklater, is a statement of grief and anger at war and at government, artfully delivered within the confines of the sorrow of one man having lost his son. Also, it celebrates the humanity of men having been damaged by war and points to the continuation of wars' insanity and its transformation of individuals.

Reviewed by Bruce Rodgers

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