There are pictures of women in their underwear on the inside of the safe door in the B-52.
A multitude of subliminal sexual connotation
A woman is shown standing around in a bikini for an extended period.
A man talks about women taking his “essence”. (Semen)

At the end, Dr. Strangelove suggests that after the nuclear explosion to restore the population there will have to be a ratio of 10 women to each men, much to many of the men’s approval.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


I reviewed the film again last night (I kept it on my hard disk for a long time), which proved my guess again.

The main body of the film is basically a political absurd drama with anti war factors, but we can’t deny its theme diversity, otherwise there are many scenes and plots that are difficult to explain.

The diversity of the theme is a little bit, where you think, where you write

1. Male suggestion

The title introduces the rumor of the doomsday device, which is a close-up of the aerial refueling of the bombing aircraft. The music is soft and lingering. Here is the hint of personality behavior. You can understand it after reading the picture of the film.

The captain’s surname is Kong. Don’t blame me for poor English. This surname has only been used by gorillas in the English world. It is also a symbol of male.

The captain rode a 20 million ton nuclear bomb and excitedly landed at the Soviet Missile Factory. The 20 million ton nuclear bomb in his crotch is also a symbol of erection.

There are many other things, such as the “essence” of “Crazy” by Rui phi, the general’s yearning and reverie for the marriage ratio between male and female at 1:10.

Male = violent destructive power + sexual desire

There are many such hints. Go and see for yourself

2. Militarization and eventual Nazism of the country

Chiai was originally German (his prototype may have the factors of German physicists Otto Han and Fritz Strassman). If you don’t know who these two guys are, don’t think you can understand the film very well. People who want to understand the connotation of the film need a knowledge background roughly similar to that of the director, which is necessary.

Now he has gone through the dirty “whitewashing” naturalization process from a Nazi scientist to become the general technical director of the U.S. nuclear war. In view of the special uses of nuclear weapons, he is also the president’s cold war strategic adviser and attends the supreme military conference. Moreover, when the nuclear war crisis finally got out of hand, all bureaucrats and generals had to ask him! The implication here is clear.

Pay attention to the metaphors set on the doctor’s body in the film.

1. His prosthetic right arm is powerful but difficult to control. He can’t help but salute the Nazis and strangle himself from time to time. This is a metaphor. What does the arm mean

2. When putting forward the plan for the end of the nuclear war, the doctor was more excited than afraid, and even got carried away with excitement. He was incoherent and his voice was loud and trembling. He mistakenly called the president “my head of state” several times (this is a metaphor. What does the Fuehrer mean?)

3. The paralytic, who moved in a wheelchair, miraculously stood up (the Bible may be used instead). See Matthew Chapter 9 Scripture: 9:2 someone carried a paralytic on a mattress to Jesus. When Jesus saw their faith, he said to the paralytic, “take heart, boy.”. Your sins are forgiven. This is routinely explained in http://www.hislambs.net/axr/luguang/jdj1-26.htm

Note that the last line of the film is also the doctor’s excited, distorted and even a little scary voice: “my head of state, I, I stand up!” This is a metaphor. What do paralytic and standing mean?)

The setting of Dr. Strangelove actually means that the United States under the cold war must not only rely on Nazi military science and technology, but also rely on Nazi political thinking to survive. As in the film, Dr. Qiai not only provides technical advice on nuclear deterrence, but also puts forward an absurd overall social plan for the president and all bureaucrats of a “mine society” after nuclear war! In other words, Nazism has slowly resurrected in the shadow of the Cold War – the paralytic finally miraculously stood up is a symbol. (personal opinion, not confirmed by the director himself, hehe)

3. Cold war style “peace” with duplicity

There is a humorous drama factor in the film. People who claim to be inclined to peace are actually big war traffickers. These plots have a very good humorous effect. For example,

Your excellency, the Soviet ambassador, who is full of diplomatic rhetoric and a three serious book, is actually a part-time secret agent who steals photos. Moreover, his occupational disease can not be controlled and he is addicted to sneaking photos;

The strategic bomber base on duty is the last guarantee for the United States to destroy the red world (of course, the earth will also be completely destroyed), but the bulletin board of the base has a big book: our occupation is peace;

The Prime Minister of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, who belongs to the people, ordered the design of a passive detonated doomsday device. Any nuclear attack by the enemy will start the destruction of the earth, and the pollutants will last for 100 years. It is worth pondering that few Americans are afraid to hear the news, but classify it as a blackmail trick.

The president’s phone call, in order to explain the misunderstanding, said “sweep Rui” and almost became a Chinese crosstalk.

General buck is a concentrated performer of duplicity and cold war “peace”. When he reported to the president that rippi was crazy and was good at spontaneously moving the R plan, we can see that he was actually too excited to control himself, but he had to repent of this command “mistake” in front of the president. After a while, he turned to the new topic of encouraging the president to make plans and attack the Soviet Union in an all-round way. When all the planes were recalled, poor Buck was deeply disappointed, but when the Prime Minister of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union protested that one had missed the net, he was almost happy to dance and dance: great, it can destroy the Soviet Union – all public property – and the whole earth!!!

(P.S. bird cage mountain’s silly wooden line also has the same idea: “when I destroy the earth, I’ll give you a bonus!” It’s comparable.)

4. Hostility + closure + madness = cold war estrangement

There are three main places where the film takes place:

First, the US Department of defense operations room; The huge dark space without the top, only the faces of political dignitaries in front of the huge conference round table under the spotlight and the big map of the Soviet Union;

Second, Captain Kong’s B-52 bomber cockpit, control room and bomb cabin are full of festive atmosphere;

Third, the exterior view and office interior view of the air force base.

At the beginning of the film. There is no longer a communication relationship between the three and they go their own way. Almost all communication channels have been closed for a series of professional reasons such as fighting the cold war, fear of eavesdropping, anti espionage and being disturbed by the enemy.

Even in each scene, it is difficult to communicate between people. The team rushing to the airport was ruthlessly ambushed by the garrison in order to prevent the Russian army from pretending to sneak attack; In the face of the British Deputy, rippi’s language sometimes talks about its “body fluid philosophy”, sometimes irrelevant, sometimes madman madness; Hot line telephone quarrels in the war room, military bureaucrats’ War temptations and topic shifts to the president, and quarrels and scuffles with the Soviet ambassador.

Kubrick uses “estrangement” to narrate. In the dilemma of being unable to explain the truth, Kubrick clarifies the truth. Ha ha, he has formed a unique narrative style.

5。 Role seven talk

Peter plays the triangle alone in the film

The first is the deputy commander of the US Air Force base, manderick. He is a typical civilian of the British air force. He is sissy and somewhat feminine. He always talks about gentlemanly words, This deputy is also just in line with the saying that “Britain is the follower of the United States” in the cold war situation. Manderick is timid, weak and docile in front of the American boss, but he is still a little stubborn and has a sense of responsibility. This little man seems to be more human than those adults.

The second is the American president with glasses and a big bald head. His thinking is a little disordered and his speech is a little floating. There are almost no close-up shots of his personal head in the film. He is always “submerged” in the crowd of politicians and aides. The darkness of the hall makes him small and unimportant. Maybe it’s a performance. He’s just a professional politician. His identity depicts that he has no independent opinion.

The third is Dr. qi’ai, the core figure, a nuclear war planner with a slightly intelligent, contemptuous and funny smile. Although he is a disabled person in a wheelchair (alluding to the devastated Nazism), like the great Nazi head of state, he is good at speech encouragement, rich in emotion, easy to be excited, with a particularly large range of movements, habitually twitching his rigid body from time to time, and spitting stars all over the sky about his doomsday vision, which is absolutely impressive. This character in the film is very eye-catching. What does he represent? Maybe he doesn’t represent someone. He should represent the spiritual source of the cold war and nuclear war.

Can you see that these three people are all performed by one actor? Pay tribute to Lao Ku, everyone

The fourth is the commander of the air force base, Ruipi, a war maniac with deep ideological poisoning. Note that the director has photographed his facial features with elevation lens for many times. Doesn’t that big cigar represent his male erection.

Fifth, major Gang, the bomber commander, was also a war maniac with deep ideological poisoning. He cut off all contact with the outside world, began to be excited, made radical speeches to motivate his subordinates, and finally rode on a nuclear warhead, shouted excitedly, fell down and realized his dream of a hero in nuclear war

Sixth, general buck doesn’t seem to care about peace. He is also a war madman with deep ideological poisoning. Of course, except for women, he flirts with sexy female secretaries. But once he learned that the situation was serious, he was more flustered than anyone. His funny behavior in the combat room was not uneasy, but his inner excitement and excitement, which was comparable to major gang.

Seventh, Barker’s female secretary and lover, who is the only woman in the film, so I have to mention that the scenes are extremely limited, which is basically a vase. Politics has nothing to do with women, but it has to do with sex. Look at the pornographic smell of a few scenes. Isn’t it enough for sexual hint?

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