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This sad, unhurriedfilm is like a short story by Larry McMurtry.
Crucially, We Went to War ponders the coldness of combat, but perhaps more fundamentally, challenges why we tolerate it.
Something of an exemplary documentary on the effects of combat on three individuals with experience of one specific war.
Grigsby's quiet film doesn't try for polemic but simply tells what looks very much like the unalloyed truth.
Moving, but never manipulative. And beautifully photographed.
The film conjures a profound sense of space and peace, and contains not a single shot of conflict.
A tender and poetic documentary, which revisits a group of veterans as they discuss their emotional scars left by the Vietnam War, We Went to War is extremely powerful, thanks to its personal interviews and strong and compassionate direction.
A compelling look at the lingering devastation of war.
Forty years after interviewing fresh-faced Vietnam vets for his 1970 documentary I Was A Soldier, British filmmaker Michael Grigsby returns to Texas to find his subjects pushing 70 and still living with PTSD.
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