Filmmaker Heather Courtney discusses the logistics of filming in Afghanistan and describes Hancock, Michigan, the community the soldiers in her film call home.
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Dom and Bodi return home from Afghanistan and begin the reintegration process. Dom is more irritable, and Bodi is concerned about his traumatic brain injury (TBI) diagnosis.
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Bodi sees a psychiatrist as part of his traumatic brain injury (TBI) therapy.
Bodi, an Afghanistan veteran, explains what it means to live with TBI and how it is different from other brain injuries.
Cole returns home on leave from his deployment to Afghanistan with the Michigan National Guard.
Dom's truck is hit by an improvised explosive device (IED) while on patrol in Afghanistan. After being treated, he returns home and shares the story with his family.
A group of friends goes to war in Afghanistan
Distinguished presenters introduce the documentary to a Washington, D.C., audience.
Director Heather Courtney answers questions from the Washington, D.C., audience.
Dom's art professor gives him a 70-foot mural project to help him express and share his experiences from being deployed in Afghanistan.
National Guard veterans Bodi and Cole talk about what life was like for the Afghan people during their deployment in Afghanistan.
Follow the four-year journey of childhood friends who join the National Guard after graduating from high school.
Where Soldiers Come From follows the four-year journey of childhood friends who join the National Guard after graduating from high school.
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Filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer on the making of his film The Act of Killing.
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