Harold, Leo and Paul
Three WWII Jewish-American soldiers, Harold Kozloff, Leo Litwak, and Paul Mico, bear witness to war and it's inhuman face. Participating deeply in different ways, they come to understand the monsters are not always the enemy. Their stories cut through our romantic fantasies about war. They find themselves in a nightmare reality, where the daily occurrences around them were almost unimaginable, unpredictable, and deadly. To survive, they made an accommodation with death. What are the consequences of becoming killers or refusing to kill? What did they become when they survived the war? What burdens did they carry for the rest of their time on earth? The film will explore their lives and their search for meaning beyond simple answers.