Re: Hunter Killer
A question about Submarine Movies.
In the movies, when a sub is subjected to a depth charge attack, or in more recent movies torpedoes from a plane or another Sub, you will see violent shaking and the obligatory flange blow and water start coming in. Then, someone will turn a valve and it stops.
Well, what the heck did that part do in the first place if you could just turn it off and solve the problem.
The same goes for rivets and bolts popping. What the heck are they holding in the first place?
That being said, I enjoy these movies. Das Boot probably the best. I think it gave a pretty realistic depiction of hoe unglorious, and pure hell that service was.
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