this is about as good as it gets in terms of war documentaries. Very gripping and moving film at the Tribeca Film Festival.
This film provided a good mix of first hand interviews and in combat footage/stills which really helps illustrate what the soldiers are talking about.
The film also doesn't just center on Adam Winfield but his relationship with his parents and how the damage done affect all in his life. The director really explored this well and covered all of his bases.
The film concludes stating that Adam Winfield is released from army prison in the summer of 2012. It would have been nice to see that part documented. That can really only be my complaint here, otherwise a near perfect film.
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