Year At Danger
Nine days after getting married, Steve Metze found out he was being deployed as part of Operation Iraqi
Freedom. Metze, a West Point graduate, Desert Storm veteran, and documentary filmmaker, decided to pack a camera and document his year in Iraq.
Metze gets closer to his subjects than even the most embedded reporter. The resulting film is an objective look at the lives of National Guard soldiers. There are no politics on the front line, only personalities and Metze captures all of them in a film that combines humor with the often grim realities of a war-torn country and the brave soldiers who live there.
Year at Danger is a soldier’s story, told by the soldier. No bias, no headlines, just the day-to-day reality of life in Iraq.
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Also, does a great job of showing the effect on the families left behind. This a story that needed to be told, needs to be told to a broader audience, and should be mandatory viewing for those in running Government, most of whom have never lived this life.
This is the true 1% that the American People should be talking about, the 1% that serve in our Armed Forces.