Submitted by Paganostaghetti 1001d ago | review

Independent Cinema - The Invisible War Review

Independent Cinema writes: We’ve all seen the advertisements of the US Army, where they try to recruit young, patriotic people into service, with the promise of fighting for their country and protecting the nation and their loved ones from harm. It’s a valiant profession, and one that should never go unnoticed. There’s a lot that goes on behind the scenes, though, that does goes unnoticed, and Kirby Dick, known best for exposing the MPAA in This Film is Not Yet Rated, has explored this unseen part of the military and crafted a harrowing view of one of the most important jobs in our society today. The Invisible War paints a picture with statistics and personal experiences, that shines an unflattering light upon the US Army and how it handles rape and sexual assault within its own jurisdiction. (Indie film, The Invisible War) -

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