The Vietnam War was not the first war that has been channeled into the black soldier from a country the struggle that had no use for it, nor was it the last time. But this war was notable for the way in which raged as American blacks at home for their basic human right of wrestling means blacks soldiers were not fighting a war, but two. This is one of the wires ideas Spike Lee Da 5 Bloods: join four veterans of the new Vietnam, in this day and age, in the country where they still fought for reasons that are still unclear. Their current mission is twofold: to have determined the remains to bring back the leaders of the group, killed in action 50 years ago. And you are looking for a gold cache forgotten back in the jungle before his death bunker. Otis (Clarke Peters) Eddie (Lewis Norm), Melvin (Isiah Whitlock Jr.) and Paul (Delroy Lindo) gather in a hotel in Ho Chi Minh City, greet them with cautious affection. The link between the two is strong, though frayed something: their shared experience unites them, but she has scattered in different directions in their lives. know Paul has the most radical change: he is constantly angry, suffering from PTSD, for which he had never been treated. And the other one’s surprise, he is a fan of Trump. you can see how he is tortured If they can not wrap their brains around others Paul Policy. His son David (Jonathan Majors) indicated on the trip uninvited, and their dynamic is strained. And Paul is no secret that pursues with the late leader of the team, Norman (Chadwick Boseman) announces that all men worshiped. He taught them to fight for what you want to be your country. Like all his companions, Paul is the idea that gold breaks, but his quest is finally looking for a clarity and forgiveness. Since five Bloods is an action movie, a buddy movie and a drama about the conflict relationship of these men with their country, a nation that asked them to fight, and then hit the door behind their faces after their return. The image has a plump shape and some dramatic notes with the boldness that need no resonance: When a tragedy strikes, the characters hardly react. The story keeps moving like a freight train chugging along the way, and the effect is confusing. But even if Lee makes a bad movie, his mind is a kind of Braille, a code that you can feel and see. Lee will never be satisfied with the status quo, and reminds us that we should not be. Since five Bloods gets its energy from the shock of defiance. Lee is a patriot at heart, and that is always the most moving thing of his work. Its link with the past, not only in the past of black people, but for the painful past of the people in black and white co-existing, and sometimes conflicting, blessed, come all together-informed he does. Closes Since five Bloods with a quotation from a speech by Martin Luther King made a year before his death, quoted in King Langston Hughes: “Oh, yeah / I mean never clear / America is for me / And yet I swear Eid -Latin will! “This melancholy line, even tortured, but the landing in optimism could be Lee theme song. It expresses the future we deserve, even if necessarily what we get. We’re a mess, but oh, yes, we will.