NEW YORK TIMES Article:  “The D-Day Heroes Who Weren’t White”

“For anyone who believes that the documentary form is exhausted – and certainly that there are no more documentaries to be made about World War II – this is a stunning counterexample. For American schools, it ought to be required viewing, during Black History Month or any month.”  ~ New York Times

Nod to the editor:

“In a style that matches the reserve of its subjects, the film refrains from spending time — any time at all — on their wounded bodies. One man, whose leg was lost in the war, describes the injury; while he’s talking, the camera leaves him to his privacy, showing instead a ship from the period, its hull torn open by enemy fire…”