War is arguably the most devastating situation a human being can put themselves through. Some argue for a world of disarmament. Others believe war is a necessary evil. But no matter your opinion on the act, everyone agrees it ravages the minds, bodies, and souls of those sent to fight. Additionally, the country serving as the backdrop for the combat suffers economic and geographic stress as well. War movies help make sense of acts that seemingly make no sense. The Wall seeks to explore all that and more in a pulse-quickening thriller.