Term Member Screening and Discussion of Severe Clear

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Kristian Fraga's new film, Severe Clear, is a first person account of the Marines who were on the front lines of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Shot by First Lieutenant Mike Scotti on his Mini-DV camera, and told through his own journal entries, Severe Clear captures the chaos and complexity of war as the Marines make their way from Kuwait into Baghdad.

Please note: this film contains graphic violence and language.

A trailer of the film can be seen at
http://severeclearthemovie.com/wordpress/trailer/

 

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