Three Soldiers Shooting, One Unforgettable Movie

September 2006
Yankee;Sep2006, Vol. 70 Issue 7, p16
The article focuses on the documentary film The War Tapes. The film is one of the most praised films and winner of the Best International Documentary competition at the 2006 Tribecca Film Festival. The film is a story that follows three New Hampshire National Guardsmen as they slog their way through a year on the front lines in Iraq. Each soldier uses a video camera to record both the horror of war and his comments.


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