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‘The Invisible War’: How Oscar’s Military Rape Documentary Might Change Everything

Posted by POD Staff, February 7th, 2013

Alyssa Rosenberg reports for The Daily Beast on Kirby Dick, director of The Invisible War, an Oscar-nominated documentary on the epidemic of sexual assault in the military:

“I think it could bring people who are pro-military and people who are critical of the military together,” said Kirby. “It’s a dream. But it’s a possibility. This can change.”

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