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Not Yet Rated| 1 hr. 27 min.

Plot Summary
In this documentary, Iraq War veteran Tomas Young returns from duty with a severed spine and post-traumatic stress disorder. As Young reflects on his experiences in combat and the high price he paid for going to fight in the Middle East, he begins to question the validity of the war in Iraq and the value of war in general. As Young transforms from shattered soldier to devout anti-war activist, the debate over the Iraq war rages through Congress and ignites public outrage.

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Directors: Phil Donahue , Ellen Spiro

Genres: Documentary

Body of War (2007)

Release Date: March 7th, 2008|1 hr. 27 min.

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  • Joins the growing mass of excellent, disturbing and achingly sad documentaries about the Iraq conflict. show more

  • The parade of senators parroting the rationale for invasion - what we now know was misinformation - does not undermine Young's story. Given the private's eloquence, the flashbacks to 2002 are superfluous. show more

  • This movie wants to help make things better. But it also -- fervently, and for a purpose -- holds a grudge. show more

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