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Not Yet Rated| hr. 59 min.

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Directed by renowned filmmaker John Huston, this documentary depicts the effects of war by focusing on American soldiers who are suffering from mental trauma after their tours of duty. The movie follows numerous hospitalized veterans as they receive psychiatric care for their various symptoms, which include depression, phobias and antisocial behavior. As the soldiers undergo treatment, many of them make progress and slowly begin to reclaim their lives.

Cast: Walter Huston

Director: John Huston

Genres: Documentary

Let There Be Light (1946)

Release Date: December 16th, 1980| hr. 59 min.

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