Since the war began, an estimated 20,000 Iraqis have worked for the United States as interpreters. Though these individuals now face retaliation from insurgents, the visa program for interpreters is limited to 500 spots a year. Watch from both the U.S and Iraqi perspective as a Marine does everything he can to help his former ‘terp’ escape danger. Purchase this film on DVD.
|2009 Cinequest Film Festival
2009 Cleveland International Film Festival, Winner Best Ohio Short
2009 San Francisco IndieFest Film Festival
|2009 New Port Beach International Film Festival
2009 Marin County Fair, Winner Jury Prize
2009 Denver International Film Festival