The Somnambulists
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The personal and emotional cost of war is explored at close range in this unusual drama from filmmaker Richard Jobson. For The Somnambulists, Jobson conducted interviews with more than two hundred British veterans of the war in Iraq, and from them culled fifteen monologues in which men and women who experienced combat first hand talk about what they saw and how if has effected them. The nameless characters speak directly to the camera, with simple talking-head interviews dominating the film, and while the monologues present people from a wide variety of social and economic backgrounds as well… More
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"serve[s] as an in-your- face memorial to those, from all sides, who have lost their lives in Basra, and as a j'accuse to all of us for letting them die."
‑ Anton Bitel, Eye for Film
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