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Watch Hell and Back Again Movie Online Streaming Megavideo HD for Free. Watch Hell and Back Again Movie Online Streaming Megashare Without Downloading A master filmmaker and photographer, Danfung Dennis follows 25-year-old Marine Sgt. Nathan Harris on his most difficult mission: coming home after being seriously wounded in Afghanistan. Embedded with Harris's unit during their assault on a Taliban stronghold, Dennis brilliantly toggles between the intense experience of war, stunningly photographed by the director himself, and the challenges of re-adjusting to civilian life in small town North Carolina. Hell and Back Again brings the war home in ways that make gun-toting soldiering look like a day at the beach compared with the physical and psychic scars that manifest upon returning home. -- (C) Docurama
Release Date Hell and Back Again Oct 5, 2011 Limited
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Actors For Hell and Back Again

Nathan Harris,Ashley Harris,Christian Cabaniss,Eric Meador,Edward Hubbard,Terry Roberts,Doug Webb,Robert Gaines,Matthew Swibe,Chris MacDonald,Danfung Dennis

Genres Hell and Back Again : Documentary,Action & Adventure,Special Interest

Visitor Ranting & Critics For Hell and Back Again

User Ranting Hell and Back Again : 3.7
User Percentage For Hell and Back Again : 70 %
User Count Like for Hell and Back Again : 2,044
All Critics Ranting For Hell and Back Again : 7.9
All Critics Count For Hell and Back Again : 27
All Critics Percentage For Hell and Back Again : 100 %

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Review For Hell and Back Again

We're left to decide which wounds go the deepest, those from Afghanistan or those caused by the confusion and emotional barrages he continues to suffer in America.
Linda Barnard-Toronto Star

In its closing scenes, "Hell and Back Again" builds to an emotional and stylistic power that we didn't see coming.
Roger Ebert-Chicago Sun-Times

Dennis's film attempts something few documentaries have: to inhabit the psyche of its subject.
Wesley Morris-Boston Globe

The film suggests that it doesn't really matter whether Harris ever gets back in uniform. He's forever carrying around a piece of unexploded ordnance in his head.
Michael O'Sullivan-Washington Post

Lays bare the truth of war - its hellish quality - with such power, you're not likely to look at this, or any other conflict, the same way again.
Tirdad Derakhshani-Philadelphia Inquirer

The director has no intention of making a prefab antiwar statement. He simply wants to show us an experience, just as it happened, and let the chips fall where they may.
Walter V. Addiego-San Francisco Chronicle

Hell and Back Again offers a potent documentary correlative to the narrative of The Hurt Locker.
Gerald Peary-Boston Phoenix

Belies the misguided notion that a nonfiction effort on war's aftermath can't be artistically minded, and also can't somehow be as moving as (or even more so than) a scripted dramatic interpretation.
Brent Simon-Shockya.com

An absorbing peek into the circumstances of people whose stories usually get filtered in movies.
Kelly Vance-East Bay Express

A tough but deeply rewarding watch. Search it out.
David Parkinson-Empire Magazine

I can't recall a documentary shaped quite this way. Dennis handles it with integrity, and the effect is painful and deeply moving.
Philip French-Observer [UK]

This pulls no punches.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]

Flashbacks, overlapping sound and dynamic editing viscerally convey Harris' state of mind, leaving a bleak picture of the struggle to win the Afghani people's trust.
Tom Dawson-Total Film

has the artistry of a painting and the impact of a sucker punch.
Chris Barsanti-Filmcritic.com

Doesn't offer up much information, but carves out a sturdy slice of life portrait
Geoff Berkshire-Metromix.com

Dennis, a photojournalist, has produced a vérité work of almost distracting beauty-a haunting quality in a film that operates in the apolitical mode of choice for recent combat docs, but is nevertheless inarguably about the cost of war.
Alison Willmore-AV Club

Just as necessary and cinematic as Restrepo ... brilliantly structures the story of a Marine's homecoming so that the war footage functions like flashback sequences.
Christopher Campbell-Movies.com

Possibly the best war movie of the year
Eric Kohn-indieWIRE

A group of true believers in the American cause in the Afghanistan war and what happens to one of them when he comes home injured.
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat-Spirituality and Practice

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