The documentary film that takes the experience of the Arlington West Memorial off the beach and into your home, church meeting, or classroom!
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This is a must see film that will move most people to tears!
West: The Film, is 74
minutes long and features 105 candid interviews with visitors to the memorial. Views and opinions expressed in this film offer a broad look at public sentiment both for and against war. Many of the interviews are with young soldiers who participated in the war and have returned or are on their way to Iraq. Members of Gold
Star Families - those family members whose sons or daughters have died in the US war in Iraq - military recruiters, and even children, are among the many others interviewed in this film. Interviews expressed in this film range from pro-war to anti-war, making the film all that much more engaging.
Arlington West: The Film has been shown in classrooms and at assemblies in hundreds of high schools and colleges across America to thousands of students. This beautifully made and very powerful film provides students with the information they need to make an educated decision about joining the military.
Curriculum Guide is Available for Download Here
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What others have said about
ARLINGTON WEST: The Film
“I hope, for the sake of peace, that young people all over the country will see 'Arlington West' and come face to face with the consequences of war.”
“Very touching and greatly appreciated!” —Congressman
“It's brilliant and provocative because we get to see both sides.” —UCLA Student
“Powerful, inspiring, and beautiful.” —Chalmers Johnson
“This documentary changed my life!” —Norwalk High Student
“A very important film. Beautifully photographed!” —Haskell
“Very moving. I wept.” —Medea Benjamin
"Film makers Peter Dudar and Sally Marr are Classical artists, peace activists and humanitarians. They've put together a work
that reaches people on many different levels. The Chopin piano music, beautifully performed by Peter Dudar, makes the journey through this film
all the more poignant and meaningful. I give Arlington West my highest rating and recommend that you see it ASAP!” —Frank
SPECIAL FEATURES!! 2 BONUS SHORT FILMS INCLUDED!
- "CAMP CASEY" ...grieving mother Cindy Sheehan goes to meet the President in Texas (7 minutes)
- "CARLY'S POEM" ...was written to honor her fallen brother, Casey Sheehan
(2 1/2 minutes)
- "MORE INFO" ...a slide show of web sites for learning
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A Teacher's Curriculum Guide is Available for Download Here
A 27 minute version of the video is available for teachers
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