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Not Yet Begun to Fight (2012)

In the space between war and a new battle, NOT YET BEGUN TO FIGHT unfolds, offering an intimate look at the human cost of combat. A retired Marine Colonel reaches out to five men, a new ... See full summary »

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In the space between war and a new battle, NOT YET BEGUN TO FIGHT unfolds, offering an intimate look at the human cost of combat. A retired Marine Colonel reaches out to five men, a new generation returning from the battlefield. He brings them to the river. He puts a fly rod into their hand, teaches them to cast, and shares his secret: there are places where you can still be consumed by a simple act, find joy in a fight, and be redeemed as you gently release another creature, unharmed, into quiet waters. Written by Anonymous

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14 November 2012 (USA) See more »

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"We ain't done fighting yet"
7 October 2014 | by juneebuggySee all my reviews

This was only an hour long but hugely powerful. Profiling several wounded combat veterans who go to a fishing camp run by a Vietnam veteran who found that fly-fishing (the act of catch and release) helped him deal with his own emotional distress and hopes to help other wounded soldiers.

Through intimate interviews we learn what the men did in the war; pilots, Navy SEAL's, bomb disposal, drivers and then the human cost of war is shown as they try to come to terms with their new reality. Most are suffering from blast injuries and PTSD. This packs a huge punch, such valuable men now so damaged. The SEAL stood out; a huge barrel chested man now missing a leg, confined to a wheelchair and unable to speak but as his tattoo says "we ain't done fighting yet" Wow. 05.25.14


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