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11 November 2004 (USA) See more »
They gave their lives, we honor their words.
A tribute to American troops killed during Operation Iraqi Freedom. | Add synopsis »
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Nominated for Primetime Emmy. See more »
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Lloyd Byers ... Himself
Mary Byers ... Herself

Mary Ann Cowherd ... Herself
Sarah Cowherd ... Herself
Melissa Givens ... Herself
Cathy Heighter ... Herself
Hugh Johnson ... Himself
Lisa Johnson ... Herself
Peggy Carvill Liguori ... Herself
Martha Martinez-Flores ... Herself
Nayeli Martinez-Flores ... Herself
Jenny Walsh ... Herself
Tammy Wise ... Herself
Charity Witmer ... Herself
John Witmer ... Himself
Lori Witmer ... Herself
Paula Zasadny ... Herself

Directed by
Bill Couturié 
Produced by
Jane Bornemeier .... executive producer
Bill Couturié .... producer
Alexis Ercoli .... associate producer
John Hoffman .... executive producer
Sheila Nevins .... executive producer
Ken Richards .... associate producer
Anne Sandkuhler .... producer
Original Music by
Todd Boekelheide 
Cinematography by
Michael Chin 
Film Editing by
Bill Weber 
Camera and Electrical Department
Wellington Bowler .... video technician
Gabriel Monts .... camera operator: "b" camera
Animation Department
Mark Christiansen .... animator
Other crew
Kevin Goddard .... production assistant

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7 out of 39 people found the following review useful.
If cowardice has a name..., 12 August 2007
Author: mellies from Brazil

From this director, I once had the opportunity to watch the good and worthy "Dear America: Letters Home From Vietnam", an honest elegy to USA'n soldiers who fought and died in that thought-provoking War. So, I was not really prepared to watch this Iraq thing!

Right, let us examine the matter: the most powerful military nation that ever existed in this poor, sad little planet called Earth, fighting a "War" (sic) against the people of one of the most impoverished countries in the world....

High-tech stuff and push-button soldiers against rotten men with their old (if had any) shotguns! And then, comes Mr. Couturie (or whatever) and make a movie to "honour" the oh!, so poor!, and so brave (and so few) push-button USA'n soldiers who were victimized by the nasty!, heartless! rotten starving soldiers (and by the friendly fire...) of Sadam!

Maybe Mr. Couturie should make a movie to "honour" the half-a-dozen USA'n soldiers killed in Granada too! That glorious war...! Why not? I don't know what kind of public watch this kind of Americana rubbish, but i had the opportunity to have a look at it through P2P and really got sick (and angry).

These people should be ashamed of glorifying cowardice only because the cowards are their own co-patriots. Really pompous, unfair and ultimately disgusting.

Watch this one only if your sense of Justice went off for a ride...

2 out of 10.

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