Even so, as a greater portion of the population becomes disillusioned with the war and as the conflict rages on unabated, these documentaries may have more time to reach wider audiences. Jeff Lipsky, a distribution consultant on The War Tapes, an Iraq doc about three National Guardsmen who videotape themselves on the frontlines, believes the movie could play in theaters for "the duration of the war." And how long might that be? He's expecting an extended run.
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