No More Shooting and Crying: Israeli Soldiers After Their Service| 13mins
Director: David Zlutnick | Producer: David Zlutnick
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: United States
“Shooting and crying” is a phrase popular in Israel regarding soldiers and their engagement with civilian life following combat. In this short documentary from award-winning director David Zlutnick, former soldiers from the Israel Defense Forces reflect on their military service and reintegration into society following their experiences serving in the occupation of the Palestinian West Bank and the Gaza Strip. From attempting to break their “violent instincts” to grappling with PTSD, from escapism to apathy, the realities of soldiering in an occupying army are explored from the point of view of those who have been there and didn’t like what they saw.
No More Shooting and Crying: Israeli Soldiers After Their Service | 13mins
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