Hacksaw Ridge

By September 21, 2017 Movies 3 Comments
Hacksaw Ridge Book Cover Hacksaw Ridge
Mel Gibson
4 November 2016
"The genuine story of Desmond T. Doss, the noncombatant who, at the Battle of Okinawa, won the Medal of Honor for his inconceivable valiance and respect for his kindred fighters. We see his childhood and how this formed his perspectives, particularly his religious view and hostile to slaughtering position. We see Doss' hardships subsequent to enrolling in the US Army and endeavoring to end up plainly a doctor. At long last, we see the terrible that was Hacksaw Ridge."

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