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A Visionary Tale of a Prolonged War,
Hated President and a Traumatized Nation

"Our reliance is in the love of liberty which God has planted in our bosoms. Our defense is in the preservation of the spirit which prizes liberty as the heritage of all men, in all lands, every where. Destroy this spirit, and you have planted the seeds of despotism around your own doors."
Abraham Lincoln, September 11, 1858

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"A film that is based on what Abraham Lincoln said on September 11, 1858"
- The Wall Street Journal

"The Civil War of Words: Did W free the slaves?"
- LA Weekly

"The Wounded Warrior" draws parallels between the Civil War and our time"
- The Washington Times

"The Wounded Warrior is a courageous film"
- Entertainment Today

The Wounded Warrior is one of the most poetic films about Freedom and the meaning of the Civil War.

It is a visionary tale, a journey back in time where our great American family collapsed in the internal war and emerged out of it with a renewed promise of freedom for all.

The unhealthy division and animosity that is affecting our society today is deeply rooted in the events and processes that had resulted in the Civil War and had followed it. The Wounded Warrior explains how our foreign wars and involvement are the inevitable acts of the drama of liberty so tragically played out on the stage of our national identity.

Based on a detailed research of the period, however, The Wounded Warrior is not a conventional documentary. It is a movement to visually unify the past, present and future.

It is a passionate call to understand the living pain of the war and by understanding to heal its wounds that deeply affect us and the world today.

featured historian
Harold Holzer

CONNECTING THE DOTS Movieguide Review by Dr.Ted Baehr

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Heal the Wounds is a controversial interview with Global Activist for Homeless, Ted Hayes.

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