Hey everybody, we’re screening INFIL_EXFIL over in the Team Room.
An artistic look at the war in Afghanistan, INFIL_EXFIL is a collection of HD helmet camera footage of Marine and Army Special Operations in the village of Daneh Pasab, Afghanistan in April of 2010 and the reflections and quiet stillness that many Veterans bring home with them. MARSOC and Special Forces. Real combat. Real combatants. Real issues. Real military. If you’re a civilian, this is a good movie that will help you understand what our Special Operations Forces do.
Check the preview at the bottom of this post, then watch it in the Team Room. It’s only $2.99, and you get three days of access to our SOFREP Team Room included. So not only do you get INFIL_EXFIL, but you get our entire SOFREP Radio and SOFREP TV archives, PLUS all of our ebooks, PLUS the GREAT SOFREP COMMUNITY! Yes, this is a killer deal, but MORE importantly, we’re giving the proceeds to Michael’s favorite PTSD group, Military Minds.
This is important work, authentic on all fronts.The movie is worth it, and we appreciate your support.
STARRING: Michael Golembesky, Marines and Sailors of U.S. Marine Special Operation Team (MSOT) 8222, Soldiers and Airmen of Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA) 1314, and Afghan Commando Force.
SOFREP Team Room Members say:
“Wow… wow… wow. I have never seen anything like that. NOW that is how it’s done, folks. Goddamn Marines… gettin’ all artsy and shit. You guys really can do anything!” – Huge Fan
“All I can say is that is an incredibly moving piece – very well done, something all citizens should see.” – ColonelProp
“Michael, I am speechless. Great film. It touches the subject with an intensity that is seldom seen on film. Really good. Thank you.” – Mr. Aleph
“Different. I liked it a lot. Good job Michael, and RIP to all the fallen warriors. Never forget BMG.” – Doug
“Ski — Thanks for giving all of us here in the TR this sneak peek into your gorgeously made, moving film. Storm said it best… powerful and haunting. I loved recognizing places around my home state, and the contrast with Afghanistan — both hauntingly beautiful in their own way, yet disorienting, too. It gave me a glimpse into what our returning heroes are facing. Thank you for that.” – Mary
“Great looking film. The atmospherics and overall vibe are quite attention getting. A definite hit in the art houses. This burst of creativity comming out of war reminds me of the periods after the first and second World Wars. Experimental theater, avant garde film, music, poetry, art in all it’s forms. You’re in good company, I want to wish you all the success you deserve!” – Old PH2
“Real. It is what it is. Thanks for sharing this piece of yourself. All the best! Semper Fi!” – FMF Doc
“Damn great job! A must watch for everyone!” – Machete
“Great job Michael. Enjoyed every minute of it and really like the perspective you used on the battlefield and blending it with being home. No need for a commentator it just is what it is. And thanks for the private access. I wish you the best of luck.” – Cervantes
“It was like watching a dream the way it blended from being stateside and in Afghanistan. The editing and the way it all came together was great.” – Michael
“Great job Michael. This film touches every part of the human condition, and all of US that love FREEDOM say, welcome home brother & sisters. This Nation is full of grateful people that have our Hero’s backs, and that FACT will never change! In short Michael, thanks for giving us a glimpse into a Hero’s heart. Love ya Brother” – Vic
“Powerful – chilling – haunting. Michael, would you accept donations to help with video hosting bills?” – Stormy
“That’s a good piece of work…” – Brandon Webb
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