Guilt of War (2006)

  |  Short, Drama


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An Army veteran, Brian (Merkel) returns home from Operation Iraqi Freedom suffering from post-traumatic stress. His post-war life is invaded by flashbacks of his deployment, as he struggles to re-unite with his wife, Rebecca (Wolfklain).


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29 August 2006 | gjtiari
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| A Story About War As It Really Is
This is an awesome touching movie about an un-glorified war. This film is great because it brings a touch of the realities of war to the screen. This film is not outrageously far fetched like Rambo or any other war movie where one man can beat an entire army. This movie is about the realities that it takes more than one man to beat an entire army and it takes more than one man to fight a war. Be ready to get moved with this short film, because that is what the story line does to you. It taps into your emotions with a beautiful acting, amazing imagery and the realism of life.

You should see the movie for its well written screenplay alone. Aside the screenplay, which was wonderfully written, the visual effects were spectacular and filled with realism. I am in awe of such a young film-maker who is capable of so much greatness. The Guilt of War is a must see for everybody. This is a film which I have watched over and over again, each time I see it, it feels like the first time I am watching it.

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