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Janus Metz has his tried-and-tested style, which he remains faithful to today. It's certainly one of the most interesting movies of 2010 year. Before you read this review and before I spoil you the story, watch the movie, I highly recommend it. It's a very innovative movie. It was emotions explosion for me. There are films that you are considering mainly about how to evaluate them. They aim between 6 and 8 and after a longer thinking, in fact, you see that you were having fun and in total, had some good aspects, so the 'six' is not satisfying, but he did not discover anything new and had some disadvantages, so he did not already deserves the 'eight'. You can see this movie on XMovies8 for free.... Show more

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In February of 2009, a group of Danish soldiers accompanied by documentarian Janus Metz arrived at Armadillo, an army base in the southern Afghan province of Helmand. Metz and cinematographer Lars Skree spent six months following the lives of young soldiers situated less than a kilometer from Taliban positions. The result of their work is a gripping and highly authentic war drama that was justly awarded the Grand Prix de la Semaine de la Critique at the 2010 Cannes film festival. But it also provoked furious debate in Denmark concerning the controversial behavior of certain Danish soldiers during a shoot-out with Taliban fighters. The film-makers repeatedly risked their lives shooting this tense, brilliantly edited, and visually sophisticated probe into the psychology of young men in the midst of a senseless war whose victims are primarily local villagers. Yet more disturbing than scenes in which Taliban bullets whiz past their cameras is the footage of the young soldiers as each tries, in his own way, to come to terms with putting his life constantly on the line.... Show more

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Directors: Janus Metz
Countries: Denmark
Release: 2010-05-27
Duration: 105 min
IMDb Rating: 7.5
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