1987 | 00:26:00 | United States | English | Mono | 4:3

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: Gender, Hollywood, Media Analysis

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This tape is a critique of the blockbuster film Top Gun and the attitudes of macho militarism that it embodies. The tape uses the unpopulated space of a fast food chain parking lot and the runway at Miramar Naval Air Station to present facts about the vast wasteland of American military spending. These segments are contrasted with promotional clips from Top Gun that condense the ideas of the film into 30-second spots.