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The Invisible War: An investigative and powerfully emotional documentary about the epidemic of rape of soldiers within the US military, the institutions that perpetuate and cover up its existence, and its profound personal and social consequences.

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Ratings: IMDB: 7.6/10 Metascore: 75% RT: 98%
Released: January 20, 2012
Genres: Crime Documentary Drama History
Countries: USA
Director: Kirby Dick
Actors: Susan Davis

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Posted by cade_foster 3 years, 6 months ago ( Edited 3 years, 6 months ago )
+26 | +31 / -5

This documentary should be required viewing for every female who's thinking about joining the military. And it should be shown at every recruitment center in the country. Unfortunately, the cause, or a possible cause, of the high incidents of rape within the U.S. military was not touched upon. It's something I've noticed but don't have official statistics to back up. This is just my observation: the pool of men in which the military accepts into their branches are mediocre at best. I say mediocre because that's who the military speaks to through their advertisements. They speak to men who have no real prospects. They barely passed high school or they are G.E.D. recipients. Also, they may have had some minor or major run-ins with the law. This can be overlooked by allowing said criminal to apply for a Moral Waiver, which is subjective and gives final power to the recruiting officer. And guess what? If he's struggling to meet his quota, then the door will be wide open for rapists. The U.S. military already has a reputation for raping women on the island of Okinawa. I could go on but you get the idea. Having deviants in the military is nothing new. Case in point, Christopher Columbus' men were mostly criminals forced to serve under him. And look how many they killed once they reached Hispaniola.

Posted by Suzicueball 3 years ago
+13 | +16 / -3

Thanks to the people who made this doc. My heart and understanding is with the victims. Its hard to hear them talk about it but it helps to know you're not the only one. No matter the situation or who the attack comes from it feels the same but harder to accept knowing it happened doing something you truly believed in and thought you'd be more protected by. worst feelings is being told it's ur fault then have to fight for the truth and having to tell your family :(

Posted by joga 3 years, 6 months ago ( Edited 3 years, 6 months ago )
+12 | +14 / -2

This film has reinforced my decision to not join the military was an excellent choice

Posted by drumyourfaceoff 3 years, 5 months ago
+7 | +11 / -4

Documentaries rarely get negative reviews because you can't give real life a bad review. The real art in documentaries comes from objective-versus-subjective material being presented in a sympathetic, but not empathetic manner. Probably the most skilled artisan in most documentaries are the editors. But one cannot deny how important and moving the subject matter is. This one in particular will make your blood boil. A film like this should be watched, regardless of your taste in movies. 9/10

Posted by Iluvatar 3 years, 3 months ago
+5 | +8 / -3

Everyone should watch this. Man or woman, military or civilian. Luckily the military in my country have a bit different structures which makes rapes much less abundant - but I'm sure they happen still! Either way, this gives show to just how the ancient bureaucratic military is unable to provide even the most basic of protection - that from ourselves.

Posted by jokerbane 3 years, 5 months ago
+5 | +9 / -4

Repressing its rage to tell an important story, The Invisible War identifies soldiers who are true heroes because they dared to fight for justice. 10/10

Posted by ClareSwinney 3 years, 1 month ago
+4 | +5 / -1

This is a well made documentary exposing the huge damage being done to victims of sexual assault in the US military. Years later the pain is still being felt by victims and the US Military has not addressed the crimes committed - instead the victims were blamed. A pathological system is exposed. It was a sad film to watch. Well done to those who had the courage to speak out.

Posted by zmerritt1971 3 years, 6 months ago
+4 | +7 / -3

must see pass it on get the truth out

Posted by HeartMiyu 2 years, 7 months ago
+3 | +3 / -0

After the credits I immediately went to the website notinvisible.org I suggest you do the same. This is a must watch for everyone 10/10

Posted by lovetheloveless 3 years, 2 months ago
+3 | +4 / -1

the ugly truth. reality.

Posted by momento10 3 years, 4 months ago
+3 | +6 / -3

vry well made, vry sad n every 1 sud give respect to all the women in the world, coz our mothers, sisters, daughters n wifes are women 2.

Posted by yaketysax 3 years, 4 months ago
+3 | +4 / -1

From what my mother told me about her time in the military, this is about right. A great documentary.

Posted by minsy777 3 years, 5 months ago
+3 | +4 / -1

Wow they need to show this on T.V again , the mentality of these men, i wonder if there were some among them that didnt wanna do such things yet due to peer pressure did it anyway.The system by which they operate is a total failure.What amazed me was there were men and women , that was so sad.

Posted by Moonlightsilver 9 months ago
+2 | +2 / -0

I think this was very well done. I really feel for the people that have suffered throught his and are still suffering. Someone should take action. I knew it happened but not on this scale. I actually cried over this. And i thought it was very brave to put out their stories like this. An absolute 10/10

Posted by terrylee34 1 year, 7 months ago
+2 | +3 / -1

this is crazy...u have to watch so u know...5/5...this stuff makes me soo mad..plz pass this on...all should know

Posted by kimora 2 years ago
+2 | +2 / -0

MUST SEE...Just fills you with rage! Heavy issue of rape within the ranks of the US military.. Horrifying..

Posted by katy809 2 years, 4 months ago
+2 | +3 / -1

i was thinking of joining the military, not happening anymore went to the website, signed the bill, and going to show this documentary on my campus, posted it on facebook

Posted by TwoAndAHalfOreos 3 years, 4 months ago
+2 | +3 / -1

A very well made doc, and one that will open your eyes and fill you with rage! 5/5

Posted by AmberElla007 3 years, 6 months ago
+2 | +3 / -1

So horrifying... cried hard in the end..AAaagghhh wanna kill those bastards!!

Posted by alexdigital 1 year, 9 months ago
+1 | +1 / -0

In most country you'll find an army, a navy, an airforce, a national police, cities polices and that's that. Having lots of different army and police forces, makes it harder to control them too. And now they and their suppliers will always need something to do, even if it means having 10% of the population in for-profit jails, and making wars just for oil, and for the benefit of the Military-Industrial Complex. President Eisenhower warned us in 1961...

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