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'Almost Sunrise' presents a journey that is very much worth the time of anyone who's concerned about the effect war has on our brothers and sisters who fight -- which should translate to 'everyone.'
We're left ... feeling we've had only a glimmer of illumination on a vexingly complex problem.
Exploring the ramifications of that tragic state of affairs while introducing a concept dubbed "Moral Injury," Almost Sunrise makes for powerful viewing.
Almost Sunrise is as empathetic and touching as any look at PTSD that I've ever seen, and anyone with a family member going through something similar owes it to themselves to see this film.
[Almost Sunrise] quietly follows Tom and Anthony in their walking journey back from hell.
One of the most heartfelt and enlightening documentaries of the year. It should be mandatory for all soldiers to watch it prior to enlistment.
A profound and hopeful documentary about the challenges faced by soldiers returning from war.
The film provides a valuable chance to walk in the shoes of men we might not otherwise get to know.
Following them in intimate and captivating verité on their 2,700-mile. . .pilgrimage on foot across America the Beautiful, lets us "see" how they clear their heads and souls.
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