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Combat Obscura

For years, Miles Lagoze served in Afghanistan as a Combat Camera, shooting footage and editing videos for Marine Corps recruiting purposes. In this devastating film, Lagoze assembles his own footage and that of his fellow combat cameramen into a never-before-seen look at the daily life of Marines from the ultimate insider's point of view. More than a mere compilation of violence, the edit ingeniously repurposes the original footage to reveal the intensity and paradoxes of war in an age of ubiquitous cameras, when all soldiers can record themselves with helmet-cams and cellphones. Combat Obscura revels in the chasm separating civilian from military life and questions the psychological toll war exacts on all that it touches.

Running Time
1 hours 10 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Miles Lagoze
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Combat Obscura» (9)

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George Sanders

I first saw this documentary on TV in the late 90's. It was the first time I had ever heard of it and I was blown away. I loved it and continue to love it today. I was fascinated with the personal stories and the simple yet powerful documentary. I have watched it several times and I still get caught up in the themes and message. It is an essential film that has changed my life. I love it and I still get caught up in it. It is a must see film. I am a fan of documentary and this film is a must see.

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I didn't have a clue what to expect when I watched this documentary. I was expecting a discussion of the technology used in the film and its impact on our society. I wasn't expecting an inside look at the film makers, nor the subjects themselves. But the truth is that this film is about the human rights abuses of a system that is failing to meet the human rights needs of the people of the world. This is an important documentary that deserves to be seen. The questions raised in this documentary are all valid, and it is refreshing to see a film that takes a more humanistic approach. In fact, I think that this film is one of the best documentaries I have seen in my life. The performances by the actors and the technical aspects of the film are superb. It is well worth seeing.

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Nicholas S.

This is a very informative and well done documentary about the history of the American movie industry and the influences and consequences of those influences. It is an important document that provides some historical context about the rise and fall of the Hollywood studios and the influence that those studios had on the American public and culture. The documentary covers a lot of interesting and important topics, and it is a good place to start for anyone interested in the history of Hollywood and the history of American culture. I really recommend this documentary to anyone who likes to learn more about Hollywood.

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Patricia May

This is a must see documentary for anyone who wants to understand the causes of the problems we face today. It also shows us what our children are up against and what they can do to make a difference. I recommend this to anyone who is interested in the environment, the environment and what can be done to change it. It also gives us an insight into the causes of what we are seeing today. The documentary is very informative and you don't have to be a scientist to understand the issues presented. You can even understand the problems the world is facing if you are interested in the environment and what can be done to change it. It's a must see!

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Jonathan J.

When you want to see a documentary, one that is both informative and entertaining, and does not take itself too seriously, then this is the documentary for you. It is a great compilation of interviews from some of the top filmmakers and musicians of the past, from music to acting to the arts. This is the kind of documentary that you can watch multiple times and have a different take on each interview. It is not a "great" documentary, but it is certainly a great documentary. This documentary is not only a great compilation of interviews from some of the top filmmakers and musicians of the past, but also an excellent, well researched look at the history of music. The interviews are very interesting, and the information presented in the interviews is insightful. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone looking for a great documentary. It is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen.

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Kathleen B.

I saw this film on the first day of its release in the UK. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it was a great film, and a great opportunity to see some of the finest talent in the UK. It is a very real documentary and that is one of the best things about it. The film follows the work of a group of British artists and writers, who are struggling to come to terms with the state of their art. It is a fascinating look at the UK's art scene, and how it has been affected by the new wave of British film. The film also has a great sense of humour about it, and it is a joy to watch the artists. It is a great film to watch at any time, and is very well worth seeing.

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Paul G.

In the beginning of the film, we are introduced to a large group of people who live in the Shatila Refugee Camp in Gaza. We are also introduced to the Palestinian Authority, which has run the camp for over 10 years. As we follow the life of these people, we get a sense of what it is like to live there. It is very difficult to get into this country without papers, and it is hard to get a job without a formal education. One of the things that really struck me about the film was the extreme violence that exists in Gaza. There is a constant fear of death, and the lives of the people who live there are very fragile. The violence that exists in Gaza is not in the form of street violence. Rather, it is in the form of extreme acts of violence. When the camera first appears in the camp, one of the boys is filming a killing. When a girl is caught in the act, the director of the film is forced to take a photo of the girl. I would have liked to see more of these acts of violence, but I think the film is very effective in the way it shows how much the lives of these people are in danger. It is also very difficult to get in the country without a visa, and many of the people who live in Gaza are refugees who fled from Syria, or from other countries that have been fighting wars. This film is very effective in showing the need for the world to do more to help the people of Gaza. The film ends with the camera crew leaving Gaza and heading to Washington, D.C., and they are met by the President of the United States, who is very interested in the film. This is an important film that shows the need for the world to do more to help the people of Gaza.

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I have been looking forward to this film for some time. I know that my friends and I will discuss it in the pub and argue about it. It is now in the can. I cannot wait for it to come out on DVD. The film is set in a small town in the UK where the residents live in their own bubble. It is a small world. Most of the town is made up of people who have never seen the outside world. It is this community of detached individuals that are so comfortable with their own world. The film is a fascinating look at the town and the people that inhabit it. I was also very impressed with the film's ability to tell the story of the town and its inhabitants without a single actor in the town speaking. It is not your ordinary documentary. The performances were first rate and the story was intriguing. I hope that this film does well at the box office. I would certainly recommend this film to anyone who likes to think about how their life is structured and how it may be changed by outside forces.

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Kelly Castro

I'm surprised at the number of negative reviews on this film, considering how much I enjoyed it. I was interested in learning more about the film, and seeing the video archives. I'm so glad I found this, because it's a very interesting and insightful documentary about the history of the Indian music. I was also surprised to learn that this was done by the same group that did the documentary on the Civil Rights Movement, and that the editor was the same person who edited the documentary on the Civil Rights Movement. I thought that was very interesting, because there's a lot of history behind the film. I'm not going to spoil the film, but I can tell you that the music and the music video are very inspiring. The way the music is made is very interesting. It's like a documentary on the music of the 1950's, and I think it's very important that this film is made. I would recommend it to anyone who's interested in Indian music and culture. I think that anyone who is interested in music history will really enjoy this film.