[...] he decided to build the story around his own efforts to recover repressed memories of fighting in the Lebanon War as an Israeli solther; he himself is the main character, and he sets off to interview former comrades after a friend describes a recurring nightmare that appears to be linked with that period in their lives. According to a plausible theory about Eastwood, his later movies are acts of atonement for the Neanderthal lunkheadedness of his Man With No Name and Cop With No Rulebook years.
Wrestling with Real Life David Sterritt Tikkun; Mar/Apr 2009; 24, 2; Docstoc pg. 61 Reproduced with permission of th
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