UserpicA Work of Astounding Sensitivity and Precision
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"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.

Read full review at Slant Magazine

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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