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George Gittoes, a lone documentary filmmaker, ventures into Iraq to see firsthand how music plays a part in the American Army’s life during the biggest conflict since Vietnam.
In addition to being a worthy addition to the growing library of Iraq War-related documentaries, this is one of the most fascinating _music_ documentaries I've seen in ages.
You can see how this is a great first attempt at a matured all-out-full-frontal-go-crazy documentary style you get to enjoy in Miscreant of Taliwood. Still very enjoyable. Love Gittoes' work.
They are the puppets who starred after operation shock & awe. Bunch of loosers with low IQ .
A different and quite positive perspective of the war, music is not only way but good way of survive...
Editing could be much better