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The film is told from the point of view of 19-year-old private Billy Lynn, who is brought home as a hero for a victory tour after a harrowing Iraq battle. In the States, they go on a promotional tour across the country that ends at the halftime show in Dallas. There, Lynn recounts the tragic memories of the war in the form of flashbacks.
An absurdly over-scaled and wildly implausible drama that misses the mark so often that most people will likely come out of it... befuddled as they desperately try to understand what the point of the whole endeavor was in the first place.
An interesting film that tries to show the plasticity that exists between powerful people but can be a bit confusing and feels a bit overacted when it tries to make that critic. [Full review in Spanish]