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Running Time: 9 minutes
Venue: Playhouse Theater [40 Main street]
Cast: Tyr May, Steve Suh
Showtime: Friday, April 08, 2016 @ 05:45 PM
Director: Olicer J. Munoz
Description: It's 1971 and An American Sniper is dropped into Vietnam enemy territory to scout and take-out enemy spotters, but when the memories of his wife and son heavily weigh on his judgment, he's faced with a much greater challenge.
"Silent Soldier" is an authentic short film performed by real scout-snipers in the Marine Corps. It's a historic and cinematic story that focuses on family values, morality, and the life altering choices soldiers must make while in combat.
"To me, 'Silent Soldier' represents our American Soldiers' heroism and the personal sacrifices they make mentally and physically while serving our country (keeping us safe here at home).
I believe no matter what a human's background and belief system is, to some extent 'we all share a similar past and story. We've loved, yet we do not speak of it."
Attending: Olicer J. Munoz [director]
Screening with: La Isla
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