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Father Soldier Son | Official Trailer | Netflix

This intimate documentary from The New York Times follows one military family over the course of ten years, becoming an intergenerational exploration of the meaning of sacrifice, purpose and American manhood in the aftermath of war. Directed by Leslye Davis and Catrin Einhorn.

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Father Soldier Son | Official Trailer | Netflix

When Sgt. First Class Brian Eisch is critically wounded in Afghanistan, it sets him and his sons on a journey of love, loss, redemption and legacy.

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    Your dad is a fuckin Nazi!

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    Ben Tadd Colburn

    This was such a good documentary made me cry

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    America's love affair with the army is so creepy… I'm so tired of army movies glorifying the horror of war and passing it off as patriotism. Spend less on killing people America!

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    The active duty military population is less than 1% of the entire U.S. population. This movie is so important in showing a perspective of what it's like to be a military family and the sacrifices that not only the service member but the entire family makes to serve. I hope people in the general public watch this.

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    Complete crop.

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    It was an unexpected heartbreaking moment with the lost of his youngest……💔

    The saddest thing is what the oldest Son think he has to do in order to come to the expectation of his father and Being so unhappy also break youre heart…..💔
    It is sad and I trully think he isnt the only one; Just serve youre country because you love it, and in his case for his father not knowing why they are in war with for example Afghanistan 😔

    And even he had to quite the militairy because he was injured, he still wants his youngest( Jaxon ) going to the militairy is a little bit selfish and maybe an American way of thinking ?!
    It was a very personally documentery and overall very sad in a way …….

    My thoughts go out to the oldest son Isaac that maybe he will follow his heart and going to do what he wants to be …….💞

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    Just watched this. It's hard to watch at times, but it's an amazing film. If you get a chance, please watch it.

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    I've watched this doc early morning before going to church. I prayed for those boys and their dad. Joey passing away really made me cry, didn't cry in so long. As for his big brother…..as a child and as a grown man he is always there to help, assist and make his fatther proud. These 2 boys really made my day. There are fine young kids out there in this new generation. Joey RIP yo'u're a leader up in Heaven with that big, happy and infectious spirit. God bless them all, heart did break at the end of this doc. RIP Joey.

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    Freedom is when you have a simple job in your own town and seeing your family everyday. I would never sign up to serve to age 55 here in Canada or until I lose a limp or my life. No parent that goes through an amputation should wish their kid to enlist. I am shocked at the mentality of these several-generation military legacy families. What does that give you, aside from PTSD, an amputated leg with excruciating non stop pain and an altered temper towards your kids which frightened them and your lovely wife? How does that help your child when you're hard on him at his sport competition and reduce him to tears? Was it all worth it, aside from the monetary benefits? I guess not, he went on and made his eldest join the army. Yes, he did make him join because since the kid was 12 he was ready to please his dad and make him proud. Terribly sad. Well done on direction and sharing this story Davis and Einhorn.

    RIP Joey.

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    I watched the documentary, I don't understand American patriotism and pre-emptive war.

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    Imagine knowing that soldiers have a bounty but doing absolutely nothing, besides twitting ofc…

    Welp that’s the current president of The United States of America

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    It was so sad and shocking. I´ve never seen so like that, up the marrow. Lots of tears. I´ll think of Isaac and Joey for a long time. They had such a sad childhood. And the youngest Jaxon looks like Joey…It must be very, very hard for Isaac…..The father thinks, the boys are very strong and rough, but they are people – they have hearts and feelings. The small boys had no choice. I´m out of words.

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    nicholas barroll

    Ive burried myself ever since I got back

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    I stayed up late last night , I cried such a sad story .

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    R.I.P Joey such an amazing documentary

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    Lost a sister and a best friend 15 years ago. Isaac, it seems like Joey was the reason why you had to stay strong and also the one who gave you strength amid all the hardship. Don’t try too hard to live both lives…I’m sure you chasing your own dream and being happy is what Joey would want the most for you in Heaven. I was sad for many years but things got a bit better after having a child, making a new family. Wherever you are, hope you are doing well.
    Joey, you had the most beautiful smile. You will not be forgotten…rest in peace.

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    Found this very disturbing. His poor kids. The youngest broke my heart but the eldest, I just wanted to give him a cuddle. Controversial but I think the Dad was extremely selfish. Brave but selfish. His eldest never looks happy simply heartbreaking

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    Total Confirmed

    usa the good guys are the other if all bad guys lol

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    stop going to war for your politicians. They are just puppets of the arms manufacturers. Just see the trend, most Army Generals ends up as consultants for "defence" companies. I say "defence" because, America was never in "defence" since WW2. Its all OFFENCE now. Even OFFENCE against its own people….Militarization of Police. BTW, Where is the WMD accused of Iraq? Question your government motives. That is the really democracy!

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    I’m not an American but I was curious about this documentary, such a journey seeing someone’s life going through ups and downs. This story really heartbreaking and heartwarming at the same time.

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    Man this is crazy how they documented these people for years and poor Joey didn’t live to see it i am still crying currently watching the funeral scene and had to come here to comment

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    سمسم سيلاوي

    Who wants war from which president? He sent his son or brother
    Like Trump, he wants war and sends his son and brother
    George Bush did not send sons
    Trump did not send his son to war
    Liars are deluded, and do not send me to innocent and poor war

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    سمسم سيلاوي

    Where is Trump and George Bush?
    Your children should come to war instead of innocent Americans who want to live like yours

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    سمسم سيلاوي

    Very nice movie
    The most beautiful thing about an American wedding party
    Soon I will marry a very beautiful foreigner ♥

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    I'm Japanese, but I cried for this documentary. I am very worried about what will happen to this family.

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    Great documentary. Well done Netflix.

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    I just finished the Sunday special section, I’m a wreck.

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    He is Miguel of free fire

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    Poor Joey man I felt attached

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    I spent 33 years and four months in active military service and during that period I spent most of my time as a high class muscle man for Big Business, for Wall Street and the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism. I helped make Mexico and especially Tampico safe for American oil interests in 1914. I helped make Haiti and Cuba a decent place for the National City Bank boys to collect revenues in. I helped in the raping of half a dozen Central American republics for the benefit of Wall Street. I helped purify Nicaragua for the International Banking House of Brown Brothers in 1902-1912. I brought light to the Dominican Republic for the American sugar interests in 1916. I helped make Honduras right for the American fruit companies in 1903. In China in 1927 I helped see to it that Standard Oil went on its way unmolested. Looking back on it, I might have given Al Capone a few hints. The best he could do was to operate his racket in three districts. I operated on three continents.”

    G.Smedley D. Butler, War is a Racket: The Antiwar Classic by America's Most Decorated Soldier

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    3 minutes in and already crying. All these wars poor and middle class suffering on all sides

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    nossa que interessante

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    Joye was nice kid

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    I wish the oldest son would realise something and think of himself for a change. Your father will still love and be proud of you. Stop living in the past and move on to YOUR future.

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    Depoimento Nicoquit

    achei que vai ser bom hein

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    KOTRA Santo Domingo

    Im not american but i´d like to express my free opinion. It´s not my intention to offend someone but i think that they should re evaluate what they´re doing with they´re life. Is it worth it to go to a senseless war, be apart of your children, make them ansious, worried, depressed, etc? Lose a leg for nothing? Its a very sad story i hope every young man should watch and reflect.

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    Nahuel Briceño

    very good documentary, greetings from Argentina

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    Chris Alerta Alpha

    If you have kids around Joey's age or any age at all, this film will definitely make you kiss and hug them after watching it

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    Scibor Swiatowid

    George Carlin – "War is rich old men protecting their wealth by sending lower and middle-class young men off to die". It was encouraging to see older son Isaac getting some enlightenment about not getting into army and then it was sad to watch as he falls in daddy footsteps anyway. You dont go protect your country in f.. s..hole Afghanistan. They are not a treat to a single American untill you show up there with your guns.

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    Well shit this was way sadder than I expected RIP Joey

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    Yeah, the world gives more shit about a single white soldier's issue than the millions of dead caused by the company he's working for.

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    top demais

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    Labhrás O'Dochartaigh

    Am I the only one who thought the father was an ahole?

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    Crushed me what this family went through, but the courage to push through the adversity, and stay together as a family. Great documentaty and everyone should see.

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    Its been exactly 5 years since Joey died today. I can't stop thinking abt the him

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    Yet Trump wants to get us out of Afghanistan and all he gets is crap from both Dems an GOP.

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    This film explains why we don’t step on the flag.

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    Rip joey🥺

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    If you are a soldier reading this, thank you.

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    This was a fantastic documentary…but omg was it hard to watch.

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