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Nick Broomfield's docu-dramatisation of the massacre of twenty-four men, women and children in Haditha, Iraq, killed by US Marines in retaliation for the death of one of their number in a roadside bomb. Characteristically broad in its approach, following as it does with equal lack of judgement the soldiers, the Iraqi families and the insurgents. A traumatic, gripping and thoughtful re-enactment of events. find out more...

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An Egyptian-American reporter 'embedded' with Al Jazeera, the Arab world's most popular news outlet, gives a fascinating insight into their coverage of the Iraq War and the personalties who made it, as well as face to face chats with American liasion officers and other members of the press corps. Roundly criticized by Cabinet members and Pentagon officials, eventually bombed for failing to follow the American line and strongly condemned for frequently airing civilian causalities as well as foota find out more...

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Wrinklies rock or is that wrinklies' rock? find out more...

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'From the people who brought you 'The Wire'; Rolling Stone reporter Evan Wright was embedded with the US Marine Corps 1st Reconnaissance Battalion during 2003, the first year of the second Iraq War. This is his story. find out more...

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The tale of our semi-literate, foul mouthed grunts continues; find out more...

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The last episode in the first season. find out more...

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Roy Miller is an American soldier assigned to find WMD in post-invasion Iraq. Increasingly aware that the sites that they're being sent to search are empty and could never have been used as storage dumps Miller begins to query the intelligence sources being used, a procedure that throws him into a power struggle between the Pentagon and the CIA over turf and policy. Miller rejects all the limits of his rank in his determination to uncover the truth in this conspiracy action movie that gives a le find out more...

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Four American soldiers are sent on one last mission in which their convoy is ambushed sustaining casualties. We follow the psychologically traumatised quartet through their unhappy return to their families and friends, group therapy and coping with their memories. "Home of the Brave" is a well meaning, if occasionally slightly clunky, drama that attempts to show the sense of rage, loss, disillusionment and disassociation that affects many who return from the battlefield. find out more...

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When retired Military Police officer Hank receives a message telling him his army enlisted boy is missing from his New Mexico base and when his request for answers reveals nothing the old man, helped by an initially reluctant female detective, sets out on a detection path of his own. "In The Valley Of Elah" is a clever, nicely photographed film that ultimately makes its stance on the dehumanisation that results from violent conflict (Iraq). A Hollywood dramatic thriller yes, overly signposted ye find out more...
JARHEAD (2005)

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The Jarheads of the title are a group of young and relatively inexperienced Marines facing their first real combat in the Iraqi war. Sam Mendes' film deals with some familiar dilemmas of the modern battle field, namely; ‘who exactly am I fighting and why?', a question compounded by a heady mixture of fear and the desire to shoot someone. The first hour and a bit is about their confusion and increasing disgruntlement with the lack of clarity of their orders and how tedious the almost 4 months the find out more...