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BATTLE SCARS 1

There has been no shortage of films concerning the Afghanistan War, and tales concerning the war at home are just as common. Perhaps the producers have dreams of crafting a modern companion to “Coming Home,” using recent breakthroughs in PTSD comprehension to support a new look at the true price of combat. Unfortunately, a majority of these endeavors aren’t successful, with most features hitting the exact same beats of conflict and domestic disturbance. “Battle Scars” has taken its time to reach screens (it was shot in 2012), losing the war of timeliness, and it’s not a successful movie, but it does manage to locate a particularly sensitive understanding of bodily harm that makes it stand out from the competition, although any distinct viewpoint is eventually buried under clichéd criminal behavior.  Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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