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Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. When the platoon returns to base, the veteran company commander Captain Harris declares that if he finds out that an illegal killing took place, a court-martial will ensue, leaving Barnes worried that Elias will testify against him.
On their next patrol, the platoon is ambushed and pinned down in a firefight, in which numerous soldiers are wounded. More men are wounded when Lieutenant Wolfe accidentally directs an artillery strike onto his own unit before Barnes calls it off.
Elias takes Chris and two other men to intercept flanking enemy troops. Barnes orders the rest of the platoon to retreat and goes back into the jungle to find Elias's group.
Barnes finds Elias alone and shoots him, then returns and tells Chris that Elias was killed by the enemy. While the platoon is being extracted via helicopter, they glimpse Elias, mortally wounded, emerging from the treeline and being chased by a group of North Vietnamese soldiers, who kill him.
Chris surmises that Barnes was responsible for mortally wounding Elias. At the base, Chris attempts to talk his group into fragging Barnes in retaliation when Barnes, having overheard them, enters the room and mocks them.
Chris assaults the intoxicated Barnes but is quickly overpowered. Barnes seems ready to kill Chris, but Rhah tells Barnes that it is not worth ten years in prison for killing an enlisted soldier, so instead Barnes cuts Chris near his eye with a push dagger before departing.
The platoon is sent back to the front line to maintain defensive positions, where Chris shares a foxhole with Francis.
That night, a major NVA assault occurs , and the defensive lines are broken. Most of the platoon, including Wolfe and most of Barnes' followers, are killed in the ensuing battle.
O'Neill, known for shirking duties and being one of Barnes' lackeys, hides under a dead soldier to avoid being seen. Chris, along with Francis, finds his courage and counterattacks, killing many of the invading NVA.
Chris even leaves the fighting hole to pursue the enemy. During the attack, an NVA sapper , armed with explosives, destroys the battalion headquarters in a suicide attack.
Now in command of the defense, Captain Harris orders his air support to expend all their remaining ordnance inside his perimeter. During the chaos, Chris encounters Barnes, who is wounded and driven to insanity.
Just as Barnes is about to kill Chris, both men are knocked unconscious by the air strike. Chris regains consciousness the following morning, picks up an enemy rifle, and finds Barnes, who orders him to call a medic.
Seeing that Chris will not help, Barnes contemptuously orders Chris to kill him; Chris does so. Francis, who survived the battle unharmed, deliberately stabs himself in the leg and reminds Chris that because they have been twice wounded, they can return home.
Chris waves goodbye to the remaining troops as helicopters carry him and Francis away along with other wounded soldiers.
Overwhelmed, Chris sobs as he glares down at craters full of corpses. The awards were more evenly distributed than they have been in recent years.
Oliver Stone, who wrote the script for ''Platoon'' more than a decade ago but could find no studio willing to buy the harrowing tale of combat, took home his own golden statue for best director.
Calling his award a ''Cinderella ending,'' Mr. Stone said he felt his Oscar was ''really acknowledging the Vietnam veteran'' and the fact that such a war ''should never ever in our lifetimes happen again.
If it does, then those American boys died over there for nothing. Presentado por: Elizabeth Taylor.
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Presentado por: Bette Midler. Presentado por: Bernadette Peters. Presentado por: Marlee Matlin. Presentado por: Christopher Reeve.Lee Barnes Willem Dafoe : Sgt. Kluge, Barbershop Spiel. If the director does not have sympathy with the war objectives then you can see that he does at least with the men brought in to fight the war. Die Filmbewertungsstelle Wiesbaden verlieh der Produktion das Prädikat besonders wertvoll. Platoon was the first Hollywood film to be written and directed by a veteran of the Vietnam War. Upon its release, Platoon received critical acclaim for Stone's directing and screenplay, the cinematography, battle sequences' realism, and the performances of Dafoe and Berenger. The film was a box office success upon its release, grossing $ Platoon, American war film, released in , that was written and directed by Oliver Stone and was regarded by many critics as one of the best of the movies about the Vietnam War. Platoon won the Academy Award for best picture and the Golden Globe Award for best drama. Meanwhile, this was Chase and Hogan's first Oscars hosting stint. Eight days earlier, in a ceremony held at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California, on March 22, the Academy Awards for Technical Achievement were presented by host Catherine Hicks. Platoon won four awards including Best Picture. Oscar: Best Picture Arnold Kopelson: Best Director Oliver Stone: Best Sound John Wilkinson Richard D. Rogers Charles Grenzbach Simon Kaye: Best Film Editing Claire Simpson: Nominee Oscar: Best Actor in a Supporting Role Tom Berenger: Best Actor in a Supporting Role Willem Dafoe: Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen Oliver Stone: Best Cinematography. Best Picture - Burt Sugarman and Patrick Palmer, Producers. Writing (Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium) - Hesper Anderson, Mark Medoff. Actress in a Supporting Role - Piper Laurie in "Children of a Lesser God". Actor in a Leading Role - William Hurt in "Children of a Lesser God". The Masters of Disaster. Peter Cetera. John K. Oliver StoneBest Director winner. Aug 27,