Recon
Recon

In Theaters Tue, Nov 10

Recon

125 Minutes
Adapted from the critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller by famed author Richard Bausch, and based on a true eventRECON tells the story of four American soldiers in WW2, who after they witness a vicious murder of an innocent civilian at the hands of their platoon Sergeant, are sent on a reconnaissance/suicide mission lead by a local partisan, an elderly man whose indeterminate loyalties add to the terror and confusion that engulfs the Americans as they are hunted by an unseen enemy.


 This exclusive one-night event includes a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film with the director, author, producer, actors and more.

Adapted from the critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller by famed author Richard Bausch, and based on a true eventRECON tells the story of four American soldiers in WW2, who after they witness a vicious murder of an innocent civilian at the hands of their platoon Sergeant, are sent on a reconnaissance/suicide mission lead by a local partisan, an elderly man whose indeterminate loyalties add to the terror and confusion that engulfs the Americans as they are hunted by an unseen enemy.


This exclusive one-night event includes a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film with the director, author, producer, actors and more.

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Run Time: 2 hours 5 minutes

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REVIEWS

REVIEWS

Recon is an authentic representation of the military culture, which explores important issues such as PTSD, rules of engagement, and the brotherhood of war. This movie is a must see for anyone who wants to know what it’s like to experience the horror of combat. Rev. Dr. Paul V. McCullough III (LTC – Retired, US Army)
RECON is a gritty movie that... ...allows you to experience the stress, fear, frustration, uncertainty and violence that are the hallmarks of battle. Chaplain (Colonel) Art Pace, US Army, retired
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