Jul 18, 2003
Living behind enemy lines among the enemy, it's sometimes hard to remember why you're fighting in the first place.
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- Two women in a small town find themselves on opposite sides of a protest. One is for the war in Iraq, one is against it, but despite this, they cross enemy lines and become friends. For a while anyway. Blue Chevigny tells the story. (14 minutes)