1945: The boys are back. With American soldiers returning home, singer-songwriter Private First Class Donny Novitski dreams of rebuilding his life, forgetting his demons, and for everything...
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Justin G. Dyck
1945: The boys are back. With American soldiers returning home, singer-songwriter Private First Class Donny Novitski dreams of rebuilding his life, forgetting his demons, and for everything to be just like it was before. When the NBC announces a national competition, a 'Tribute To The Troops', Donny joins forces with a motley group of musicians, and together they form a band unlike any the nation has ever seen; a band of veterans. On their journey, they fight to have their voices heard, struggle to trust each other, and together have to make a sacrifice that could end it all. After everything they have been through, can they truly be welcomed home?Written by
I admit $20 seemed like a lot, but after seeing the movie, it was well worth it. The whole film was enriched with pure and raw emtions. "Right This Way" (Act I finale) brought me to tears with the last chord, as well as "Welcome Home". I hope this is released on Netflix so more people can experience it.
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