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This is a film with a story we have not seen before, a story about American troops so unusual it needed a German director to ferret it out.
Still witty and eloquent, these cerebral boys became the haunted men who do their best to share their experiences with us, even as they know we'll never truly understand.
This documentary, named for a military boot camp in Maryland, tells of a group of Jewish immigrants who fled Germany for the United States in the years of the Nazi buildup.
The horror of war gets gently upstaged by the wit and wisdom of the vets interviewed in this solid WWII doc.
A compelling account of German émigrés trained to infiltrate and fight their former countrymen.
No sign of memory loss among these articulate intellectual warriors now in their eighties.
Just when you think every chapter in World War II has been covered cinematically, along comes an energetic, uplifting and little-known angle about the good guys.
... the real brilliance of the work is Bauer's trust in his subjects.
Any thinking person -- no matter what political stripe or moral belief -- needs to see this important film then try to apply its valuable lessons to today's, still, unstable planet.
Another wonderfully involving story crafted by documentarian Christian Bauer (Missing Allen) ... is filled with great stories, many of them quite funny.
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