|The world's largest Buddha statues are Afghan from Bamiyan, 140 miles NW of Kabul.|
More than a mere compilation of violence, the edit ingeniously repurposes the original footage to reveal the intensity and paradoxes of an ambiguous war all while getting high and doing unspeakably callous things for the military-industrial complex.
|We kill and cover it up.|
“The beauty of the film is its realness. All the footage is taken directly from his camera. Lagoze went on to compile all the events he felt were representative of his experience. He shows the gun fights, the cursing, the shouting, the laughter, the fear, and the hostility of the men in the war. Nothing is withheld.”
- NOW PLAYING: Glendale Laemmle's, L.A.
- REVIEW: Grade "A" (thefilmstage.com)
- Who cares about Afghanistan -- called Kaplilavastu when the Buddha was born there (see Bamiyan)
|Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan|