The Conscientious Objector
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The Conscientious Objector
Ridiculed on the battlefield for rigidly adhering to his religious beliefs while positioned in the 77th Infantry Division during World War II, a most unlikely candidate for the Medal of Honor finally receives his due as filmmaker Terry L. Benedict profiles the soldier who became a hero in the face of intolerance. Desmond T. Doss is a devout member of the Seventh Adventist Church. Unlike a large number of soldiers who choose to put their personal beliefs aside at a time of war, Doss chose to remain true to his religious beliefs when summoned to serve his country and refused to take up arms… More
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"Illustrates how truth can often outdo fiction."
‑ Kirk Honeycutt, Hollywood Reporter
"A proficient piece of work with a hugely pertinent message."
‑ Steve Schneider, Orlando Weekly
"Beautiful, powerful and deeply-moving."
‑ Steve Rhodes, Internet Reviews
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