Fighting for Life (2008)
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Critic Reviews for Fighting for Life
Fighting for Life puts courageous faces on men and women who might otherwise be anonymous statistics at a time when injured soldiers are rarely seen on TV.
Though in surer hands, the class's simulated mass-casualty situation, replete with ghoulish prosthetic wounds, might've been a masterpiece.
will prove deeply moving to audience members of any political persuasion.
Fighting for Life is essential viewing at a time when, five years on, the war's human cost is still too often mired in partisan rhetoric and administration spin.
Shot in battlefield hospitals in Iraq and rehab centers in the United States, Fighting for Life takes an unflinching look at the physical sacrifices of soldiers and marines.
The result isn't pro-war, just pro cleaning up the mess, one amputee at a time.
Audience Reviews for Fighting for Life
Hollywood should either set up web cams in Iraq and Afghanistan or forget making movies. The real soldiers fighting for their lives are the returning veterans and not just those with post traumatic stress disorder. Only one movie as of this date has dared film the Iraq theatre in depth with servicemen and women shooting footage and it was sponsored by religious organizations not commercial studios. For insight into how returning vets are treated and one who your letters could help see the web site www.freenestor.com. Even heroic plantoon leaders get falsely framed and arrested and end up fighting for their lives from behind bars. C'mon Holywood lets get real!
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