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  • Genres : Drama, War
  • Languages : English, Arabic
  • Year of production : 2005
  • Cinema release date : 04/11/2005
  • Duration : 2h05'
  • Budget : $72,000,000
  • Incomes : $97,000,000

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  • Monday 11 April 2005
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  • Soldado Anônimo


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Jarhead (2005)

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Anthony Swofford talks in a voice-over about a Marine whose hands forever remember the grip of a rifle, whatever else they do in life. Swofford is then shown in a U.S. Marine Corps boot camp, being taught by D.I. Fitch . When Swofford sarcastically answers back to the D.I., Fitch slams Swofford's head against the locker. After finishing boot camp, "Swoff" is dispatched to Camp Pendleton in 1989, where he is subjected to a prank played on him by seniors.Troy tells him that the senior Marines had switched the hot iron with another room temperature iron, and tells Swofford he has to "earn" it. He then says, "Welcome to the Suck."


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