Sebastian Junger wants 84 minutes of moviegoers' time, especially civilian moviegoers. In "Korengal," the filmmaker employs that amount of footage unused in his 2010 Afghanistan war documentary ... more 
Sebastian Junger wants 84 minutes of moviegoers' time, especially civilian moviegoers. In "Korengal," the filmmaker employs that amount of footage unused in his 2010 Afghanistan war documentary "Restrepo" to paint a psychological portrait of soldiers, not to re-chronicle the conflict cunningly captured in the Oscar-nominated original. Junger is optimistic that the new film will have as much of an impact as "Restrepo," which was co-directed by the late documentarian Tim Hetherington and told of the year the two spent embedded with a U.S. platoon in Afghanistan's dangerous Korengal Valley. less 
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