Restrepo -- The Movie I didn't find any mention of this movie on a search of PN. Nothing new (2010 Best Documentary Film at Sundance), but I had never seen it before. The photography tie-in is that it was made by the late photojournalist Tim Hetherington in conjunction with writer Sebastian Junger. (Some of the footage appears to have been taken with a DSLR. I haven't read up yet on what equipment they used to film the movie.) Intense, moving, real. Editing to decide what to show, how to show it, and whether to show it at all is a choice that impacts point of view and audience experience. But I feel this film comes as close as you can get to not editorializing, not sending a message, and to just letting the viewer be immersed in the experience of what this platoon went through in outpost in Afghanistan's Karengal Valley. I'm also wondering if anyone here saw it and what they thought of it.