Camilo - Der lange Weg zum Ungehorsam (Camilo: The Long Road to Disobedience)

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A man frequently cited by his friends and family as the "perfect soldier" is sentenced to a year in prison after refusing to take part in a war he came to view as amoral in filmmaker Peter Lilienthal's portrait of controversial antiwar activist Camilo Mejia. A staff sergeant who spent six months with U.S. forces in Iraq before refusing to return to his post on the grounds that he was being encouraged to torture and abuse detainees, Camilo stands to many as a new breed of war hero - a soldier whose conscience ultimately won out over his willingness to blindly follow orders. When the duties expected of Mejia simply became too repulsive to degrading to carry out, the man who once dedicated his life to the armed forces was given no other choice than to stay true to his morals. But every choice comes at a price, and when Mejia chose to stop following orders the American government chose to put him behind bars.

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