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Films with: Moss, Jesse

Full battle rattle
"Before American soldiers are deployed to Iraq, they're given three weeks special training at the National Training Center on the Ft. Irwin Military Reservation, located in California's Mojave Desert. The National Training Center has constructed a simulated Iraqi village called Medina Wasl in the desert (one of thirteen such 'villages'), where new soldiers battle 'insurgents' (played by returning U.S. troops) and interact with 'ordinary citizens' (many portrayed by Iraqi exiles who've ended up in the United States) as they learn the ins and outs of combat in the Middle East. Full Battle Rattle offers a behind-the-scenes- look at Medina Wasl, the soldiers who learn there, the people who organize the war games, and the people who've been hired to play-act at being 'the enemy'"--Market Road Films website.
DVD 7463
Overnighters
An intimate portrait of job-seekers desperately chasing the broken American Dream to the tiny oil boom town of Williston, North Dakota. With the town lacking the infrastructure to house the overflow of migrants, a local pastor starts the controversial 'overnighters' program, allowing down-and-out workers a place to sleep at the church. His well-meaning project immediately runs into resistance with his community, forcing the clergyman to make a decision which leads to profound consequences.
DVD 10868