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  • you're about to see a clip of a country song telling the story of us sailors leaving home and going to see.

  • I'm David Hoffman filmmaker, and this is a clip from a movie I made about what it is like to be a United States Navy sailor on an aircraft carrier.

  • I got the assignment to do it as a grant, and I went to Washington and I sat down with a bunch of Navy folk, maybe 30 of them, and I said, Well, what should I be making a movie on?

  • What's important to you?

  • What's meaningful, What don't people know about people of firing off ideas?

  • And a woman in the back of the room says, Leaving home, That's the hardest thing we do, really?

  • So I'm going to do everything around this scene.

  • So I set my three camera crews up, and we follow those last moments of a group of sailors leaving their families and going to see when I watch it.

  • I'm unbelievably touched.

  • It was what this woman had described in the editing room months later.

  • How do we express that?

  • Well, I got the footage, but that's not enough.

  • So I say to my colleagues Ah, Country music song, because country music is, to me the absolutely best way to express emotion.

  • And sure enough, everybody laughs at me and I get a local writer at a local country singer, and I know the kind of way people feel.

  • And she writes that song, and a local singer sings that song, and to me, it's perfect.

  • So I'd like you to take a look at the John F.

  • Kennedy in Port, about to go to Lebanon Circuit 1986.

  • But the feeling is just the same today.

  • I'm sure like her funeral, and you're trying hard not to cry.

  • That one person that you care so much for is is leaving.

  • And it's not because he particularly wants to, although you understand that part of it.

  • But everything you know as orderly in your life is just turned upside down.

  • Okay, we've been here before.

  • My kids, my wife, me kisses.

  • It's time for goodbye.

  • It's never been easy, and I like it.

  • As time draws nude, I say You know your daddy's, but it carried along.

  • We're here, you, my woman artist.

  • But he knows you'll be all right and a holder one last time.

  • She was offers a prayer for safety.

  • Hole with the ocean.

  • Wait, wait.

  • With full of time on stars as our guy is.

  • Where are you, Joe?

  • That's get civilian job.

  • Huggy kissy over here.

  • I'm gonna get off the ship by tomorrow.

  • You're going to go.

  • What?

  • That's good.

  • I falling for quarters right over here, Right.

  • How many of you ready to go to sea lying to?

  • Okay, great.

  • Well, Medical brake release seven months.

  • Two weeks.

  • In eight hours before Ryan goes over, we're moving last wife with Moon stars and sailors as Come Vanya, Till I Come Home to America again Like a home to America Game seven months, Two weeks, eight hours.

  • So what happened?

  • Well, PBS runs a film in the prime time.

  • It's the second most popular film of the year.

  • It wins the American Film Festival.

  • Blue Ribbon.

  • I'm really proud of that.

  • And today the American Navy uses a film with sailors around the world.

  • In fact, I suspect a whole bunch of sailors are going to recognize this film and comments in the comments.

  • As time goes on, I thank you for watching this and If you'd like to see more of it, read a description and I explain how.

  • And if you'd like to see more of my work or subscribe, please do.

  • And if you'd like to support my efforts as an old man to continue to talk to you and make these clips, it's www dot patriotic dot com.

  • Forward slash old in a day.

  • Thank you all.

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カントリーミュージックの歌は海に行く海軍の船員のために話す (Country Music Song Speaks For Navy Sailors Going To Sea)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日