"Simply and profoundly humanistic, Of Men and War is a massive film wrought from tiny gestures."
A work of astounding sensitivity and precision, Of Men and War argues for emotional honesty as a moral and psychic imperative. The second part of his “Genealogy of Wrath” trilogy (the first, War Wearied, followed three widows in the aftermath of the war in Bosnia), Laurent Bécue-Renard's film avoids the politics of modern warfare, maintaining a rigorous focus on past traumas and present struggles of its subjects, a group of PTSD-inflicted veterans residing at a health-care facility in California's Napa Valley.
Opens in theaters across the United States November 6th in honor of Veteran's Day. Visit the website to find a city near you.
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