Stanley Kubrick’s Paths of Glory is among the most powerful antiwar films ever made. A fiery Kirk Douglas stars as a World War I French colonel who goes head-to-head with the army’s ruthless top brass when his men are accused of cowardice after being unable to carry out an impossible mission. This haunting, exquisitely photographed dissection of the military machine in all its absurdity and capacity for dehumanization (a theme Kubrick would continue to explore throughout his career) is assembled with its legendary director’s customary precision, from its tense trench warfare sequences to its gripping courtroom climax to its ravaging final scene.
Here's what that war did to some of the soldiers in the European 'meat grinder.'
And the best antiwar song of all time?
Black Sabbaths' WAR PIGS, still very relevant today, 47 years later!
Guess Beyonce or Miley or any other of the popular music clowns will do any anti-war songs, not if they want the paychecks to keep coming.