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2012 Academy Award® Nominee, Best Documentary Feature. Winner, 2011 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize and Cinematography Prize.
In 2009, U.S. Marines launched a major helicopter assault on a Taliban stronghold in southern Afghanistan. Within hours of being dropped deep behind enemy lines, 25-year-old Sergeant Nathan Harris s unit is attacked from all sides.
Embedded in Echo Company during the assault, photojournalist and filmmaker Danfung Dennis captures the frontline action with visceral immediacy. When Sergeant Harris returns home to North Carolina after a life-threatening injury in battle, the film evolves from stunning war reportage to the story of one man s personal apocalypse. With the love and support of his wife, Ashley, Harris struggles to overcome the difficulties of transitioning back to civilian life. The two realities seamlessly intertwine to communicate both the extraordinary drama of war and, for a generation of soldiers, the no-less-difficult experience of returning home. An unprecedented exploration of the moving image and a film of uncommon intimacy, HELL AND BACK AGAIN comes full circle as it lays bare the true cost of war.
I don't know what the he'll all the others are saying only if there honestly bag ain't the military but this si a awesome movie a and it's a really good onePublished 2 months ago by Jose Garcia
Well done picture. The subject is kind of hard to watch. Not for the faint of heart. The drug dependancy of this service man is sad and disheartingPublished 4 months ago by Edward Gregory
Heroic Marine Corps Sgt. and caring wife face struggles of combat injury and PTSD. This movie shows the viewer what heroes have to deal with so the rest of us can enjoy freedom.Published 5 months ago by Mom Navy
This is an absolute must see to get a small grip on what we are sending our kids into. A friend of mine who did a Tour in Afghanistan suggested this to me. Read morePublished 12 months ago by P. Smith