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Troops' Footage Goes Onscreen in 'War Tapes'

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Troops' Footage Goes Onscreen in 'War Tapes'

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Troops' Footage Goes Onscreen in 'War Tapes'

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Sergeants Zack Bazzi and Stephen Pink were two of three soldiers on the frontlines in Iraq who were given cameras to record their experiences. Charlie Company, 3rd of the 172nd Infantry Regiment and were based in the Sunni Triangle. They filmed their entire year's deployment. The footage makes up the new documentary The War Tapes which was directed by Deborah Scranton. The film opens in New York and L.A. this weekend.