This is the multiple-award-winning 43-minute documentary about homeless combat veterans as told by the veterans themselves, and those who are striving to help them. This show was shot on HDV and includes green-screen interviews interspersed with gritty on-the-street interviews. They are called "bums," "degenerates," "low-lifes" and "n'er-do-wells," but some of them were highly-decorated as soldiers and risked their lives for the freedoms we Americans enjoy today. How does someone go from Purple Heart to someone barely keeping it together, sleeping under the shelter of a highway bridge at night, and feeling betrayed by the very society for whom he fought a war? There are veterans of WW2 and Korea who are homeless, but Vietnam veterans comprise the majority of homeless veterans. And now the Iraq and Afghanistan veterans are trickling onto the urban shadows of our cities, towns and villages. What can you do to help? Find out by watching this stunning documentary. (Produced by Patty Mooney and Mark Schulze of Crystal Pyramid Productions in San Diego.) Patty started a blog that features news about "The Invisible Ones" and other veterans issues and stories at soldiersheartblog.com.

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