Review: Director Jason Hall's "Thank You For Your Service"
Jocelyn Noveck, AP National Writer
"Thank You For Your Service" may be an Iraq war film. But its most harrowing scene takes place far from the battlefield: in the sterile, dingy waiting room of the Department of Veterans Affairs.
There, as countless veterans, many of them wounded, sit for hours waiting to talk to someone,...
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