aarons7’s review published on Letterboxd:
Heartfelt, sad, warm, depressing, and relentless. From the opening moments we’re shown the casualties of war. The movie doesn’t let up. How quickly innocence is taken away and family is all you have. I think this is one of the best war movies I’ve ever seen not for the obvious reasons. Rarely do we see from this point of view and in the medium. I highly recommend to anyone. It’s not an easy watch.