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RARE WWII BANNED 1946 PSYCHOLOGY, Shell Shock and WAR COMBAT STRESS-PTSD DVD
Includes iPod/Pad version!
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Let There Be Light is a 1946 American documentary film directed by famous director John Huston.
Apparently due to the potentially demoralizing effects the film might have on recruitment, it was subsequently banned by the Army after its production.
This documentary film follows 75 U.S. soldiers who have sustained debilitating emotional trauma and depression. A series of scenes chronicle their entry into a psychiatric hospital, their terrors, treatment and eventual recovery.
It was banned for 35 years.
•DVD includes Extras Screens about the history of the film and trivia. All menus are interactive with motion menus and easy navigation and broken down by chapters for easy access.
•iPod (digital) version of the film is included for viewing on iPad, iPod or compatible smartphones.
(Insert the DVD into your computer and add file "LETLightDVD,mv4" to iTunes library, sync your device, watch it.)
DVD is shipped in plain white sleeve.
DVD has label art.
DVD is approx 1 hour in B&W.