Photos are screen captures from the motion picture Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014).
In the blockbuster motion picture Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the superhero Captain America faces a mysterious opponent with a bionic arm, the Winter Soldier. Steve Rogers, a.k.a. Cap, discovers to his utter shock that the Winter Soldier is really his best friend since childhood, James Buchanan "Bucky" Barnes, thought to have died back during World War II (as depicted in 2011's Captain America: The First Avenger).
When Cap calls out to his long lost friend, Barnes asks, "Who the hell is Bucky?"
The story progresses to show that amnesia-ridden Barnes has been brainwashed by enemies of America - Soviets in the comic books, HYDRA (Nazis) in the movies - and misled into thinking he is doing the right thing by assassinating bad people. He does wrong, but he means to do right. How might we diagnosis him? Is Cap correct to cling to hope that his best friend can turn things around if only he will remember who he really is? Is there room for redemption in the future of Bucky Barnes?