Occupation: Dreamland is an unflinchingly candid portrait of a squad of American soldiers deployed in the doomed Iraq city of Falluja during the winter of 2004. A collective study of the soldiers unfolds as they patrol an environment of low-intensity conflict creeping steadily towards catastrophe. Through the squads activities Occupation: Dreamland provides a vital glimpse into the last days of Falluja. The film documents the citys waning stability before a final series of military assaults began in the spring of 2004 that effectively destroyed it. Filmmakers Garrett Scott and Ian Olds were given access to all operations of the Armys 82nd Airborne. They lived with the unit 24/7, giving voice to soldiers held under a strict code of authority as they cope with an ambiguous, often lethal environment. The result is a revealing, sometimes surprising look at Army life, operations and the complexity of American war in the 21st century.
In January, 2004, in Al-Falluja, Iraq, a documentary film crew follows an infantry squad of the 82nd Airborne, US Army. Cameras accompany the squad of seven on day and night patrols, as ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Steve R (us) wrote: So?, I'm not sure if someone suggested this for me to watch on Netflix or if they just wanted me to watch it....but this was pretty bad. I like taking a chance though every now and then and expanding my viewing log. There's only a couple of things though that I come away thinking after watching this one.1. Chinese film makers DO NOT believe in the theory of gravity or the basics of Physics. I saw people flying through the air because they pulled hard on a rope and a whole bunch of other stupid stuff.2. Bad guys like to rape. If you're the bad guy, you must rape someone. It's science...wait, they don't like science.
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Paul C (br) wrote: No one doubts Naomi Watts is photogenic, but this effort is very hard to sit through. Nearly impossible. Paul Chambers, CNN.
Eddy P (de) wrote: I remember watching this movie in usa network. so I stream this in net flix the special effects was not bad
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Jeremy C (au) wrote: Harris is great - as usual. Huston is his unsympathetic foil. Worth a watch.
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Austin J (de) wrote: Dumb stupid nothing but sex scenes,