When Mohammed Al-Rehaief, a young Iraqi lawyer, learns that Private first class Jessica Lynch, a 19-year old U.S. soldier from West Virginia, is held as POW in an Iraqi hospital, he wants to find out what a girl the age of his own daughters is doing and why she's being held, both the U.S. troops and his nationalist countrymen start treating him as a suspect- his personal drama is adding itself to hers and countless other ones in post-Saddam Iraq... Written by
My wife's first cousin Robert Dowdy was the 1st SGT in the 507th Maintenance Company. The baby wipes, they were send to him by his mother Irene, not his wife. They should do a movie on an anchor in Cleveland who went to Robert's parents house. This guy lied by saying Robert was dead just to get Robert's sister Roxanne to cry in front of the camera. Robert's fate at that time was unknown. It was a good movie, unless you had a family member to die in it. Movie's like this tell a story to the public who really wants to know what happened. The public at large will provably never know that Robert Dowdy called his mother and ask her advice about going to Iraq. He called his wife as well. One said go, one said stay. You see Robert went for another soldier who ask him to go in his place. He told Robert he had three children. This was the sole reason Robert went. Always remember, they are always a story behind a story. Most viewers set on the edge of their seats watching this movie, and a few of us cried.
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