Brothers at War

I was honored and privileged to be given an advanced copy of the movie, Brothers at War. Neither myself nor my husband are good at sitting still for long, but we both found ourselves glued to and drawn into this movie/documentary from start to finish. I watched it from the military spouse perspective, while he was quick to identify with Issac as a fellow West Point Graduate who himself had journeyed through some of the same places in Iraq. No other footage since Bad Voodo’s War has portrayed anything so real and unbiased about the war and the soldiers who serve in it. Jake Rademacher embedded twice for the filming of this movie and shared with us what he really experienced first-hand, no Hollywood agenda. His personal mission to see what his two active duty brothers experienced in Iraq, leads us to some intimate interviews with the men who allowed him to accompany them while they performed their duties. Jake left with a better understanding of the conditions his brothers lived in and he shared that with us effortlessly on the screen. In addition to the footage in Iraq, we are invited into the lives of the Rademacher family for some very personal moments. Well-done and flawless from start to finish, this piece of history will be shown for many years to come.

~Greta Perry~

Order your advanced tickets today as this movie was meant for the big screen and not at home on DVD.

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4 Responses to Brothers at War

  1. Yiotula Shilland February 13, 2009 at 11:55 am #

    Just to note as far as I can tell you can’t buy advanced tickets yet but according to Samuel Goldwyn they should be available soon. If we want Hollywood to understand that Americans want to know the truth and see stories without bias we must support this film. I was behind this film from it’s earliest days and am so excited to see it on the big screen. Please tell your friends to get out and see this film in the theaters. God bless our soldiers.

  2. Silke February 15, 2009 at 9:54 am #

    I liked the trailer and am looking forward to seeing this movie – though I suspect it’s not very different from what we as military spouses understand of this war.

  3. Mike O February 16, 2009 at 2:13 am #

    I am hoping that they show this film in Los Angeles or Orange County. I am excited for the American public to realize the hearts behind our warriors.

  4. Mike O February 16, 2009 at 2:13 am #

    I am hoping that they show this film in Los Angeles or Orange County. I am excited for the American public to realize the hearts behind our warriors.

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