A synonym would be the storyline - how events unfold throughout.
The place is the Philippine Islands. The men are what's left of a platoon of American Infantry, whose dulled and tired eyes set deep in dulled and tired faces can now look toward a miracle, that moment when the nightmare appears to be coming to an end. But they've got one more battle to fight, and in a moment we'll observe that battle.
August,Philippine Islands. But in reality it's high noon in the Twilight Zone. Seasoned veteran Sergeant Causarano tries to talk him out of it, as he knows the men have had enough of war and that "the attack will accomplish nothing but pointless deaths on both sides".
Katell refuses to listen and stands firm on his orders, intent on proving himself and earning his rank. He berates the experienced but war-weary non-commissioned officer and the rest of the platoondemanding that they shape up.
While getting ready for the attack though, Lt. Katell accidentally drops his binoculars. When he goes to retrieve them, he finds himself in Corregidor fighting in the Imperial Japanese Army as a Japanese man named Lt.
The year is nowand he is ordered to attack a group of sick and wounded American soldiers that are holed up in a cave. Having found a new perspective, he tries in vain to dissuade the captain from the attack, arguing that the Americans inside the cave pose no threat and can simply be bypassed.
The Japanese captain bluntly refuses to listen, suspecting the young man is either sick with jungle fever or worse, has lost his nerve to fight. He tells him to straighten up or stay with the wounded, but Yamuri does not back down. The captain then relieves him of command of his platoon, and moves the company forward to begin the attack anyway.
His mind reeling from what he has just experienced, Katell finds himself back in again as an American soldier. His men tell him that they've just gotten word the A-bomb has been dropped.
They have been ordered not to attack the cave, but instead to fall back and wait to see how Japan responds. Causarano sardonically assures him, "I wouldn't fret. I'm sure there'll be other wars, other countries, other human beings you can knock off.
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