The Powerful First Trailer For Kirby Dick’s Sundance Selection, The Invisible War

I can’t imagine Kirby Dick‘s new film is going to be an easy watch, but judging from his previous pictures, like This Film Is Not Yet Rated, Sick and Chain Camera, it’s certainly going to provoke some useful debate.

Dick posted the first trailer for The Invisible War earlier today, and made it public when the Sundance listings were revealed.

Alongside the video was this basic description:

An investigative and powerfully emotional examination of the epidemic of rape of soldiers within the U.S. military, the institutions that cover up its existence and the profound personal and social consequences that arise from it.

We’ll be talking about this film a lot more in the new year, I’m sure.

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