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A year with one platoon in the deadliest valley in Afghanistan.

Awards:
  • Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 10 wins & 19 nominations.
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Cast

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The Men of Battle Company 2nd of the 503rd Infantry Regiment 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team ...
Themselves
Juan 'Doc Restrepo ...
Himself (archiveFootage)
Dan Kearney ...
Himself
LaMonta Caldwell ...
Himself
Aron Hijar ...
Himself
Misha Pemble-Belkin ...
Himself
Miguel Cortez ...
Himself
Sterling Jones ...
Himself
Brendan O'Byrne ...
Himself
Joshua McDonough ...
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Kyle Steiner ...
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Angel Toves ...
Himself
Mark Patterson ...
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Stephen Gillespie ...
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Marc Solowski ...
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Kevin Rice ...
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Tanner Sichter ...
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William Ostlund ...
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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jason Mace ...
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Directed by

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Tim Hetherington
Sebastian Junger

Produced by

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John Battsek ... executive producer
Tim Hetherington ... producer
Sebastian Junger ... producer
Nick Quested ... executive producer

Cinematography by

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Tim Hetherington
Sebastian Junger

Film Editing by

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Michael Levine

Editorial Department

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Alex Albers ... post-production intern
Timothy Baker ... post-production intern
Corinne Manabat Cueva ... post-production intern (as Corinne Manabat)
Meghna Damani ... post-production intern
Anja Dornieden ... post-production intern
John Dowdell ... colorist
Kathryn Drury ... post-production intern
Alex Godin ... post-production intern
Peter Heady ... digital intermediate finishing artist
Jeremy Kaplan ... post-production intern
Jean Lane ... digital intermediate producer
Christy MacKarrell ... digital intermediate finishing artist
Maya Mumma ... associate editor
Meredith Patten ... post-production intern
Adele Pham ... post-production intern
Trina Rodriguez ... post-production intern
Jeanne Sison ... digital intermediate producer
Jeff Smithwick ... color timer
Tim Spitzer ... digital intermediate supervisor
William Starling ... post-production intern (as William Michals)
Elizabeth Walter ... post-production intern
Chloe Walters-Wallace ... post-production intern
Carl Ayala ... assistant on-line editor (uncredited)

Production Management

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Mike Harrop ... post-production supervisor
Gretchen McGowan ... head of production: Goldcrest Production Services

Sound Department

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Coll Anderson ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor
Stephen Barden ... dialogue editor
Grahame Davies ... sound mixer: additional
Paul Miller ... sound assistant: weapons specialist (as PFC Paul Miller)
Matt Snedecor ... sound effects editor
Michael Suarez ... sound

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jake Clennell ... director of photography: Italy interviews
Brendan O'Byrne ... additional camera operator
Misha Pemble-Belkin ... additional camera operator
Rudy Varner ... additional camera operator
Teun Voeten ... additional camera operator
Derek Wiesehahn ... camera operator: Italy interviews

Music Department

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Ruy García ... music supervisor

Other crew

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Victor Barroso ... titles and credits: Worlds Away Productions
Mark Chamlin ... legal service: Outpost Films, Loeb & Loeb (as Marc Chamlin)
Sinead Duell ... business manager: Outpost Films
Richard Koenigsberg ... accountant: Outpost Films
Ben Lay ... head technician
Márcia Mayer ... production coordinator: Goldcrest Production Services (as Márcia Nunes)
Antonietta Monteleone ... distribution executive: National Geographic
Brendan O'Byrne ... additional footage
Misha Pemble-Belkin ... additional footage
Karen Shatzkin ... additional legal services: Outpost Films
Rudy Varner ... additional footage

Thanks

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Stephanie Abdullah ... special thanks (as Staff Sergeant Stephanie Abdullah)
Aleem Agha ... thanks
Chris Anderson ... thanks
Stephen Baker ... thanks
Christopher Bateman ... thanks
Brian Beckno ... special thanks (as Major Brian Beckno)
Mike Beller ... thanks
Nanette Berstein ... thanks
Henry Bornstein ... thanks
Karen Brenner ... thanks
Steve Burns ... special thanks
Jacob Caldwell ... special thanks (as Sergeant 1st Class Jacob Caldwell)
LaMonta Caldwell ... special thanks (as 1st Sergeant LaMonta Caldwell)
Chris Carnel ... thanks
Carmen Carranco ... thanks
Graydon Carter ... special thanks
George Chignell ... thanks
Dianne Desevo ... thanks
Giles Dunn ... thanks
Piers Dunn ... thanks
Marion Durand ... thanks
David Flynn ... special thanks
Mark Foley ... thanks
Balazs Gardi ... thanks
Tony Gerber ... thanks
James Goldston ... thanks
Jonathan Gray ... thanks
Donna Gutkin ... thanks
Kenneth Hawes ... special thanks
Russell Howard ... thanks
Michael Kamber ... thanks (as Mike Kamber)
Dan Kearney ... special thanks (as Captain Dan Kearney)
Stuart Krichevsky ... special thanks
Miles Levine ... thanks
Simon Levine ... thanks
John Levy ... thanks
Andrew Mumma ... thanks
Amilcar Navarro ... thanks
Susan Norget ... thanks
William Ostlund ... special thanks (as Lieutenant Colonel Ostlund)
Marcela Pardo ... thanks
Mark Patterson ... special thanks (as Sergeant 1st Class)
Daniela Petrova ... thanks
David Reiff ... thanks
Brian Ross ... thanks
Shalu Rozario ... thanks
Joe Russo ... thanks
Howard Sanders ... thanks
Madeleine Sauer ... thanks
Karen Schmeer ... thanks
Chris Schuessler ... thanks
Rhonda Schwartz ... thanks
David Scott ... thanks
Safa Sediqi ... thanks
Rosanna Sguera ... thanks
Nayla Shamj ... thanks
Sara Simmons ... thanks
Kerry Smith ... special thanks
Jonathan Stack ... thanks
Nicholas Sternberg ... special thanks (as Major Nicholas Sternberg)
Nicole Stott ... thanks
Doug Stumpf ... thanks
Manuel Toscano ... thanks
Lisa Truitt ... thanks
Jamie Wellford ... thanks
Susan White ... thanks
Ahmed Zadran ... thanks
Jeremiah Zagar ... thanks

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Special Effects

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington's year dug in with the Second Platoon in one of Afghanistan's most strategically crucial valleys reveals extraordinary insight into the surreal combination of back breaking labor, deadly firefights, and camaraderie as the soldiers painfully push back the Taliban. Written by Sundance Film Festival

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Taglines One platoon, one valley, one year See more »
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Also Known As
  • Restrepo, être soldats en Afghanistan (France)
  • Restrepo - Inferno in Afghanistan (Italy)
  • Restrepo: A Sebastian Junger projekt (Hungary)
  • Wojna Restrepo (Poland)
  • Рестрепо (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 93 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $35,581, 27 Jun 2010
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $1,436,391

Did You Know?

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Trivia Co-director of Restrepo, Tim Hetherington, was killed on April 20, 2011 while covering the conflict in Libya. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Salt/Ramona and Beezus/Summer Doc Round-Up (2010). See more »
Soundtracks Touch Me See more »
Quotes Joshua McDonough: They're gathering intel right now, basically, on how to deal with us because they haven't - - there's no real research or intel on how to treat us right now because they haven't had to deal with people like us since WWII and Vietnam, you know, dealing with guys that are coming back from 15 month deployments with as much fighting, you know, as we went through.
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