Occupation: Dreamland (2005)

Occupation: Dreamland
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating None
Runtime 1hr 18mins.
Genres Documentary
Keywords armed forces, military, soldier
Status Released
US Release Date
  
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Selina Lewis Davidson Producer n/a 3 3000001
Nancy Roth Producer n/a 3 3000002
Garrett Scott Director n/a 2 2000002
Ian Olds Director n/a 2 2000001
Terence Caliguire Actor Himself 1 1000014
Garrett Scott Producer n/a 3 3000003
Henry Ansbacher Executive Producer n/a 174 3000004
Jim Dawson Sound n/a 120816 14000001
Ian Olds Editor n/a 172 7000001
Garrett Scott Cinematographer n/a 402 6000002
Ian Olds Cinematographer n/a 402 6000001
Austin Nichols Actor Himself 1 1000013
Robert McGuire Actor Himself 1 1000012
John Blyler Actor Himself 1 1000005
Thomas Turner Actor Himself 1 1000004
Matt Bacik Actor Himself 1 1000003
Eric Forbes Actor Himself 1 1000002
Luis Pacheco Actor Himself 1 1000006
Joseph Wood Actor Himself 1 1000007
Bryan Rowland Actor Himself 1 1000011
Damon Williams Actor Himself 1 1000010
Ryan Mish Actor Himself 1 1000009
Patrick Napoli Actor Himself 1 1000008
Chris Corcione Actor Himself 1 1000001
Synopsis
An unflinchingly candid portrait of a squad of American soldiers deployed in the doomed Iraq city of Falluja during the winter of 2004. A collective study of the soldiers unfolds as they patrol an environment of low-intensity conflict creeping steadily towards catastrophe. The squads activities provide a vital glimpse into the last days of Falluja. The film documents the city's waning stability before a final series of military assaults began in the spring of 2004 that effectively destroyed it. Filmmakers Garrett Scott and Ian Olds were given access to all operations of the Army's 82nd Airborne. They lived with the unit 24/7, giving voice to soldiers held under a strict code of authority as they cope with an ambiguous, often lethal environment. The result is a revealing, sometimes surprising look at Army life, operations and the complexity of American war in the 21st century.
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