There is a moment in Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper (2014) in which Bradley Cooper, as historical figure Chris Kyle, interacts with a number of physically wounded Iraq War veterans—many of them played by actual veterans whose combat-altered bodies, displayed for the camera in blunt tableaux of suffering and recovery, externalize the traumas that appear to haunt Cooper’s Kyle....
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