The movie itself was hard for me to watch because it's such an intimate depiction of what soldiers are enduring today, both while deployed and when they return home. I was practically sobbing at the end.
It only made $10 million in this country, and I think it was another casualty – if you'll forgive the expression – of our collective war fatigue. Or our collective suppression of something that's so horrific that it's best to not really contemplate the actual goings-on.
But it surely cemented my desire to become an active participant in