Most Rated Titles With Petra Epperlein
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1. Gunner Palace (2004)
PG-13 | 85 min | Documentary, War
American soldiers of the 2/3 Field Artillery, a group known as the "Gunners," tell of their experiences in Baghdad during the Iraq War. Holed up in a bombed out pleasure palace built by Sadaam Hussein, the soldiers endured hostile situations some four months after President George W. Bush declared the end of major combat operations in the country.
Votes: 1,848 | Gross: $0.61M
2. Fightville (2011)
85 min | Documentary, Sport
A documentary that focuses on a group of young athletes in southern Louisiana as they work toward achieving their goals of becoming professional mixed martial arts fighters.
PG-13 | 72 min | Documentary
A freedom-loving Iraqi journalist is mistaken as Tony Blair's would-be assassin and sent to Abu Ghraib Prison where he discovers the true meaning of liberation.
4. Bulletproof Salesman (2008)
70 min | Documentary
Fidelis Cloer is a self-confessed war profiteer who found The Perfect War when the US invaded Iraq. It wasn't about selling a dozen cars, or even a hundred, it was a thousand-car war where security would become the ultimate product.
6. How to Fold a Flag (2009)
Not Rated | 85 min | Documentary
Follows U.S. soldiers as they create new lives post Iraq from a Congressional candidate in Buffalo to a cage fighter in Louisiana, set against the backdrop of the 2008 election.
9. Batoula (2015)
85 min | Documentary, Family, Sport | Completed
Batoula; meaning the Championship. Unbeknown to the world, the sport of Jiu Jitsu is slowly becoming the National sport of the United Arab Emirates. Batoula follows an emerging generation ... See full summary »
11. In Your Head (2012)
TV-G | 3 min | Documentary, Short
Interface designer Dr. Diane Gromala has experienced chronic pain for the last 25 years. Working with concepts of mindfulness meditation--where a patient focuses on their pain to control it... See full summary »