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Three Soldiers Shoot One Unforgettable Movie

Three Soldiers Shoot One Unforgettable Movie
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by in Sep 2006

One of the most praised films and winner of the Best International Documentary competition at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival was “The War Tapes,” 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. Meanwhile, Goshen, New Hampshire, director Deborah Scranton and her crew filmed the day-to-day lives of the people the soldiers left at home. New York Times film critic Stephen Holden writes: “Once encountered, you will never forget these three — Sergeant Steve Pink, Sergeant Zack Bazzi, and Specialist Mike Moriarty — or their loved ones. They’re the bedrock of who we are as a nation.” thewartapes.com

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