Paul Haggis' Latest is Worth Seeing Despite His Heavy Hand

L.A. Weekly | September 17, 2007
What makes In the Valley of Elah -- a wildly uneven but brave foray into the dark side of posttraumatic stress disorder -- unusual is its focus on parental grief, which Haggis seeks to complicate by asking, What's the one thing that could be worse than the bottomless sorrow of losing a child who’s a war hero?

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