Kirby Dick's shocking investigation into widespread sexual assault in the U.S. military is an urgent call to action. show more
The Invisible War might be best judged as a piece of activism, in which case it's already succeeding - after seeing the film in April, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta took the responsibility for sexual assault investigations away from commanding officers and put them in the hands of higher-ranking officials. show more
The film's implication, quite starkly, is that a strong military doesn't favor crybabies, that a certain degree of rape is unavoidable - and inevitably, that some women may have been asking for it. One hearing noted that the victim was dressed provocatively. In her official uniform. show more
Well made and well researched. An eye opening documentary about the sexual abuse of women and men in the US military. I hope more people would see the movie to spreed the message and start a movement for change.