Private Andrew Briggman (Nat Wolff) is second-in-command to Sergeant Deeks (Alexander Skarsgård), the relentless leader of their U.S. army platoon in Afghanistan. When the young soldier becomes suspicious of his commander's decisions, he debates following his moral compass or staying loyal to his team. Written and directed by Dan Krauss. Based on the 2013 award-winning documentary of the same name.~Kaitlin Elise Miller
The movie did an excellent show of the military in now most unusual conditions. Also the end shows the difference between military justice and political justice; however whenever there is an opinion it can shift quite a bit.
Kill Team is a movie based on a documentary about an out of control team of American soldiers in Afghanistan, who unjustifiably kill civilians. The director of this movie also made the documentary. So the movie is fact based. The movie is about more than facts. It presents the moral anguish of one of the soldiers who is pushed into taking part in the killing, or at least to turning a blind eye to it.
My wife and I were able to see this movie in our local movie theater and were happy we were able to purchase it at a good price from BestBuy and really enjoyed watching it and we are looking forward to watching it as often as we want.