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Company commander Claus M. Pedersen and his men are stationed in the Helmand province. When they are caught in heavy crossfire and in order to save his men Claus makes a decision that has grave consequences for him and his family back home.
If A War can't, at the last, land the gutpunch of its predecessor, it scores points enough to provide a worthy watch -- and to confirm its writer-director as among the preeminent agonised consciences in contemporary world cinema.
In human terms, A War's moral calculus might seem a bit off, but the point certainly hits home -- in the age of "precision" remote-controlled weaponry and guerrilla ambushes, war crimes have become all too easy to commit.