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James Gonzalez over 4 years ago
I enjoyed it for being a real documentary filmed like a movie
Victoria over 4 years ago
This is a good movie. It's not like that acted out Hollywood stuff. :)
Grant davies almost 5 years ago
ok movie
Bryce Bishop almost 6 years ago
awesome
Miles Petering almost 6 years ago
Wow!! This is the most full on Doco I've seen, and i've seen 'em all!!
Spencer Monteith Wayne 6 years ago
Absolutely incredible you get a way better idea of whats going on in Iraq.
Adam Hetherington 6 years ago
One of the greatest "films" i've ever seen. Breathtaking
Peter Renshaw over 6 years ago
to understand read "Into the Valley of Death" Sebastian Junger ~ http://vnty.fr/LjZlUO
Sean Harms 8 months ago
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Stephen Hughes 12 months ago
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Lillian 1 year ago
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Jean de K. over 1 year ago
Guilherme Duarte over 1 year ago
Cameron Bamford over 1 year ago
lane soward over 1 year ago
Jonathan Evans over 1 year ago
Restrepo is a 2010 documentary film about the Afghanistan war, directed by American journalist Sebastian Junger and British/American photojournalist Tim Hetherington. The film explores the year that Junger and Hetherington spent in Afghanistan on assignment for Vanity Fair, embedded with the Second Platoon, B Company, 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment (airborne), 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team of the U.S. Army in the Korengal valley. The 2nd Platoon is depicted defending an Observation Post (OP) named OP Restrepo, for PFC Juan Sebastián Restrepo, a Colombian-born naturalized U.S. citizen platoon medic who was killed earlier in the campaign. The film follows the 2nd Platoon of Bravo Company on a 15-month deployment in the Korengal Valley of northeast Afghanistan. It chronicles the lives of the men from their deployment to the time of their return home. The Korengal Valley was at the time regarded as "the deadliest place on Earth" (as stated in the documentary itself, trailers,...
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