Untold History of the United States
"Oliver Stone's Untold History of the United States" is a documentary film that begins with World War II and runs to the administration of president Obama. The documentary series re-examines common American narratives about America's place in the world together with the world it helped to shape. The controversial decision of America to drop the atomic bomb on Japan is also explored. Furthermore, Oliver Stone in his film seem to have chosen on some of the taboo customs in the history of America. Generally, the film presents reality not expected by most Americans.The concept in this movie is the ability of Oliver Stone to shade light on aspects that are barely known or intentionally obscured in the history of America. The film repeatedly condemns the arrogant and impassionate US presidents as well as other figures regarding their relationship to human service delivery. An example of arrogance is when Stone ridicules the fall that comes with it; “...from this initially obscure war came a great distortion of economic, social and moral life in America.” This is an implication of poor service delivery to the community. Raising issues such as the assassination of J.F Kennedy need courage which is one of the pillars of Stones' film.
The film achieves what history at its best ought to do. Ideally, Untold History of the United States is an indisputable fact which corrects the notion that America is the center of the world and that it is always right. Basically, the