MASH

MASH
MASH

Year

1970

Duration

111 minutes

Genres

Comedy, War Films

Language

English

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Synopsis

Set in the Korean War, released during the Vietnam War, and relevant to the Iraq War, this jet-black comedy follows the doctors of the 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital as they use humour - and homemade gin - to cope with the grim irony of saving lives that will then simply be fed back into the war machine. The results are angry, hilarious and completely off-the-wall, capturing the anarchic spirit of its times - Robert Altman, the movie's director, once said it "wasn't released - it escaped".

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15 Classification

This film has one use of strong bad language

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