The first trailer for the new film ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’, a remake of the 1930 Oscar-winning best picture ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’, was revealed by ‘Patrick Melrose ”The Terror” director Edward Bolger directed the film, starring Daniel Brühl and Sebastian Hülk.
‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ will premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, go live on Netflix and be released in select theaters on October 28.
The old version of ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ is a famous anti-war movie, directed by ‘Mutiny on the Bounty’ ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ director Lewis Milestone, about a group of German teenage soldiers during World War I before and after the Battle of the Marne, the war attitude from excitement, longing to antipathy.
Paul and his classmates, incited by the chauvinist ideology of their teachers, went into World War I with heroic ideals, and these young men turned out to have idealized life and war. After training, these “child soldiers” were sent to the Western Front to fight in the war.
But the naive dream was shattered, and they soon found themselves embroiled in the torment of a long, brutal war. The earth became eerie, and many cried, struggled, and cried out to be freed from the threat of death, only to collapse helplessly.
Paul, the protagonist, begins to doubt the ideals of his past. The brutality and devastation of the war completely shatters his heroism, and he undergoes an inner change and begins to doubt, loathe and even hate the war.
Finally, one day, Paul climbed out of the trenches to catch a butterfly, only to die from a cold shot.
However, individual lives were insignificant compared to the war, and on that day the report of the front command stated that there was no war on the Western Front.