First off, I have to offer up a humble apology to the makers of this film, Lost Airmen of Buchenwald. They were kind enough to send me a review copy, I watched it, I loved it, I even (I could have sworn it) wrote a review and hit save... and then it apparently never happened, and I can find no trace of it anywhere. I'm not even sure how I noticed it wasn't here! But I'm sorry! Especially given how this film really moved me. So much so that I had to give up war movies for a time after this. I think after seeing what these guys went through, and survived, and having the attitude that they do. It was pretty damned humbling. I can't remember the exact quote, but one of the final lines of the film was just like, "Shit. Yeah. What is my problem?" I think I had some petty little thing going on and it sort
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