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BLOOD STRIPE explores a character that is relatively new to both U.S. policy and to movies – a fully-combat-participatory female soldier. Co-filmmakers Remy Auberjonois and Kate Nowlin (the pair co-wrote the film, while Auberjonois directed and Nowlin stars) deftly feminize the warrior archetype while building the story to an emotional crescendo, reminding us of how little we understand post-traumatic stress beyond its definition. It is both an unusual and universal portrait of trauma and war’s cost to the individual and society.
Prolific actor Remy Auberjonois takes a turn in the director’s chair for 'Blood Stripe,' a tense drama dealing with an American veteran’s struggles with the crippling effects of PTSD. After a slew of features and documentaries from the frontlines of the nation’s seemingly interminable wars, ...