A contemplative documentary about Georgia and loss--specifically that something vital to the state is eroding. Haunting and interesting.
Vivid, impressionistic documentary about the state of Georgia takes an unconventional, almost avant-garde look at its history in a lyrical, poetic manner akin to Terrence Malick. Beautifully filmed and lovingly realized, GENERAL ORDERS NO. 9 is an elegiac ode to a man's home state, longing for what it once was, and dreaming of what it could be.