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FILE - In this 2007 publicity file photo provided by Outpost Films, directors Sebastian Junger, left, and Tim Hetherington are shown at the Restrepo outpost in the Korengal Valley, Afghanistan, during the filming of their documentary "Restrepo." The documentary is refocusing attention from the generals leading the war to the soldiers on the front lines. Military members and independent film fans are filling up screenings and calling theaters to ask for "Restrepo," which follows the deployment of an Army platoon at an isolated outpost in the deadly Korengal Valley. (AP Photo/Outpost Films, Tim Hetherington, File) NO SALES
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FILE - In this 2007 publicity file photo provided by Outpost Films, directors Sebastian Junger, left, and Tim Hetherington are shown at the Restrepo outpost in the Korengal Valley, Afghanistan, during the filming of their documentary "Restrepo." The documentary is refocusing attention from the generals leading the war to the soldiers on the front lines. Military members and independent film fans are filling up screenings and calling theaters to ask for "Restrepo," which follows the deployment of an Army platoon at an isolated outpost in the deadly Korengal Valley. (AP Photo/Outpost Films, Tim Hetherington, File) NO SALES

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