The Invisible War

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“This is not a movie that can be ignored” [The New York Times]

“Richly Dramatic” [Screen]

“Haunting” [Time Magazine]


This Oscar®-nominated documentary by acclaimed filmmaker Kirby Dick [‘This Film Is Not Yet Rated’] exposes one of America’s most shameful & best kept secrets: the epidemic of rape within the US military. However, even with these rates of sexual assault against women being twice that of the civilian population, only 10% of cases end in prosecution, with victims often finding themselves ostracized or pressured into remaining silent. With stark clarity and escalating revelations, The Invisible War investigates the institutions that perpetuate these issues, as well as looking at their profound personal and social consequences.

Winner – Audience Award Sundance Film Festival

Winner – Best Documentary Independent Spirit Awards

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