BRATS: Our Journey Home. An Intimate Portrait of a Lost American Tribe
"BRATS: OUR JOURNEY HOME is the first feature-length documentary, narrated by singer/songer Kris Kristofferson, about a hidden American subculture - a lost tribe of over 4 million children from widely diverse backgrounds, raised on military bases around the world, whose shared experiences have shaped their lives so powerfully, they are forever different from their fellow Americans."
Writer-Director: Donna Musil
This film venture is a really neat effort. I made a small contribution to its funding last year (and had a very gracious response from Donna)and am really looking forward to seeing it. When the film is released it will be available on dvd/vhs and one can order a copy through the web-site. The site has other interesting reading, as well.
This documentary is fantastic. To all that were able to see it in Dallas it made quite an impact. To all that were unable to see it. You will hopefully get a chance. Hopefully we will be kept informed on how.
Roger Redwanski - Class of "68"
"Never argue with the person packing your parachute"
Please visit the BRATS: Our Journey Home website for a production update and Donna Musil's heartfelt comments regarding her experience at Ankara Reunion'05 in Dallas.
A production update from Donna Musil -
"After six long years, I am proud to announce that the first documentary about growing up military - BRATS: OUR JOURNEY HOME - will be released on DVD the second week of January, 2006!"
Read Donna's complete update here - BRATS - Production Status
Those of you who attended Ankara Reunion '05 in Dallas may have figured out that our own Timothy Wurtz '69 and Donna Musil were old friends. But, since he didn't toot his own horn, how many of you realized he worked on the film and is listed as a Co-Producer? Take a look at the film credits here - BRATS- Meet the Filmmakers
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