Seven Days in May Analysis.
Analysis of Seven Days in May
Full of indirect references of the United States government during the time of the Cold War, the film, Seven Days in May, is an excellent example of the problems arising within the government and the people during the time of this war. The film displays the lack of confidence in the President, the agreements made by the United States to the Soviet Union, the lack of trust the Americans had in the Soviets, and the moves made by the United States to protect the country.
In the film, the president appeared to be much less affluent than his generals when it come…
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