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Written and produced by Michael Golembesky
Category: Documentary, narrative and war drama
Purpose: to help raise PTSD Awareness
Soundtrack by Ryan Bertollini, Jason Savory, Mill Run Band and Vincent Lafrance
This film is an artistic look at the war in Afghanistan and the reflections and quiet stillness that many Veterans bring home with them. It 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; offset by the integration of current footage shot around Colorado along with a collection of original music by independent artist. The film is a beautiful balance between personal reflection footage in Colorado where the story is being narrated and raw, violent experiences of service in Afghanistan. I want to say thank you to everyone who is helping me with the project.
Cast; 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.
Official webpage > infil_exfil
To learn more about Post-traumatic stress disorder and how you can help > Military Minds
For additional information about this film, please contact > [email protected]
Level Zero Heroes | The Story of U.S. Marine SOF in Bala Murghab, Afghanistan
Dedicated to the loving memory and sacrifice of GySgt. Robert L. Gilbert & SSgt. Patrick R. Dolphin
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