Fear and Desire

A 1952 American anti-war film directed by Stanley Kubrick, and written by Howard Sackler. With a production team of only fifteen people, the film was Kubrick's feature directorial debut. Though the film is not about any specific war, it was produced and released during the height of the Korean War.

When four soldiers get trapped behind enemy lines, their true desires and nature become clear, and a peasant girl gets caught in their crossfire.