RUN SILENT, RUN DEEP (1958)









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Brief Movie Synopsis [courtesy of The Internet Movie Database]:

A U.S. submarine commander, obsessed with
sinking a certain Japanese ship, butts heads
with his first officer and crew.






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"A better film about war beneath the ocean and about guys in the 'silent service' has not been made. .... ['Run Silent, Run Deep'] has more than drama. It has the hard, cold ring of truth. .... Tension is the key to the action, and...it
is accomplished in the direction of Robert Wise. .... Credit Mr. Wise and the producer, Harold Hecht, for holding the film in the visibly crowded metal chambers of what really looks like a submarine. Except for those plausible actions that take place on the deck or bridge, all the drama occurs right in the vital and closely packed quarters of the boat. This means a lot is shot in
close-up...which calls for superior acting. The picture has that, too."

-- Excerpt from The New York Times; March 28, 1958







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