A Second Knock at the Door
Top Customer Reviews
Granted, we all know it happens... In the very tidy way that has always been presented us, one would assume there is nothing more to tell - except for now.
The aftermath, cover-up, and lack of humanity exposed in this documentary dispel the illusion in a raw and factual presentation that leaves the viewer without the answers we are accustomed. We are left instead with compelling questions, an unsettled mind, and a place where empathy becomes sympathy. To what end and purpose are these actions taken? How is this justifiable? Who is accountable? These are just some of the reoccurring questions that plague the families of our lost and are now brought before us in 'A Second Knock at the Door' with the only answer being, "there is none".
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Focuses upon three families who learn that their sons died while in military service. Then comes the terrible news that possibly it was due to friendly fire. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ellison
Sensitively done, apparently very well-researched, and eye-opening. Sadly, there is much more to the "friendly fire" story than Pat Tillman.Published 14 months ago by EmmaGH
This is an important piece that stubbornly and rightfully seeks to reinsert and important topic. We order our military to do extraordinarily dangerous, traumatic, and chaotic... Read morePublished on October 7, 2013 by Joseph D. Peters