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Harrowing documentary details the traumas of combat journalism.
Sometimes agonizingly powerful.
Under Fire reckons with its subject in straightforward but engrossingly tough-minded fashion.
For once the talking-heads format is satisfying. You want to hear these thoughtful, articulate and sometimes self-lacerating men and women describe their experiences and traumas.
Important and gripping, with a focus on PTSD.
Fascinating and often devastating.
This is one of the super rare docs that packs an unbelievable punch despite its misguided aesthetics.
Concentrates on the psychological damage of combat journalism and does so with intensity and precision.
The war correspondents in Under Fire describe the many effects of trauma, from the adrenalin rush in combat to the agonies that follow.
[R]eveals the personal cost of bringing first-hand information of conflict and war beyond borders [in a] sympathetic tribute.
An involving, Oscar-shortlisted documentary look at a razor's-edge occupation, as well as the coping mechanisms of the human brain under stress.
...captures the horror of war better than anything Steven Spielberg has ever done, showing real people dead and dying, combatants trying to kill the correspondents, and the aftermath of what covering a war does to their psyche.
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