I feel like people must be equating this film with the men it depicts; they are deserving of praise, but it isn't. It takes a highly-charged topic, some powerful footage and dilutes them into a limp, formless and jingoistic puff piece that consistently makes the least complex or compelling choice. What a waste.
These guys are heroes. To do what they do requires a type of love for humanity that conquers any fear of death or terror. You can see that in their testimonies, and I'm glad someone has told their story. Take 40 minutes out of your day to watch this one on Netflix.
Heartrending. Almost too much to bear as a viewer, so it is confounding as to how one could live it and retain as much hope and bravery as they do. Unimaginable bravery that could not even confound us if not for the parallel bravery and resilience of the filmmakers who document the physical and emotional devastation.