Code Red

Daniel Borins

2003, 01:00 minutes, Colour, English


Two words taken from the Hollywood melodrama A Few Good Men amplifies and ridicules the state of high alert and generalized fear that is so omnipresent in the contemporary American military-entertainment complex. Code Red structurally adheres to the narrative path of the original motion picture, reducing the original to a parody. Code Red illustrates that patterns and formulae are so omnipresent in mass narration that they too are becoming the subject of critique.

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