Our local PBS station aired the uncensored version. It was very impressive, I taped it and will be watching it again. It presents an unbiased view of what is going on there, I think there can be many different things taken from it. There is a lot to be gleaned from the film. They did a good job of showing the human side of this conflict. I still can't believe all that happened within a 30 day period.
Sorry, I'm not really good at the whole review writing thing, I'll just say it was a very powerful piece that everyone should see--I believe that "supporting our troops" envolves being as educated as possible about what is going on over there. I feel like the media interest, and the public interest, is fading as fast as the colors on those yellow magnets.
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