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The Leave No Soldier documentary takes a dramatic look at the dynamics of activism among two generations of US war veterans and paints a vivid picture of how America treats its soldiers when they are no longer on the battlefield.

Struggling with combat losses, PTSD, moral injury, reintegration to civilian life, and an overwhelmed Veterans Administration, many Veterans are building communities for social responsibility and self-care.

With your purchase, you will be able to stream the 53-minute film & download a digital copy.

50% of the proceeds of the film go to funding a project about Combat Paper, a veteran art movement that makes fine art by transforming military uniforms into handmade paper.

What remains is a burning whisper:
to enjoy ourselves
is to forget our routines
are held together
by fragile agreements
tested and broken in war
— Kevin Basl, Iraq War veteran

Leave No Soldier takes a dramatic look at the dynamics of activism among two generations of US war veterans and paints a vivid picture of how America treats its soldiers when they are no longer on the battlefield.

"It probes two opposite responses to the Vietnam and Iraq conflicts, both of them involving love for comrades—support for their war, and opposition to it. Advocates of both views are treated with deep sympathy, and in the end all war-making is open to question.”

-Rober Jay Lifton, M.D., Author of Home From the War: Learning From Vietnam Veterans

In light of the recent VA scandal and the stark reality that 23 veterans commit suicide every day, this documentary project sets out to inform the public of the long-term costs of war.

With almost unbearable poignancy, Leave No Soldier documents veterans from Vietnam, Afghanistan, and Iraq healing themselves through community action. Filmmaker and psychoanalyst, Donna Bassin impresses upon her audience the moral imperative of bearing witness to these men and women as they struggle to overcome a legacy of war.
— Ghislaine Boulanger, Ph.D. author of Wounded by Reality, Understanding and Treating Adult Onset Trauma
It’s a powerful film and it will help any vet that gets to see it. The more visibility it has the more we can do.
— Garret Reppenhagen, Iraq Veterans Against the War