"Route Green: From JD with Love" is a journey into the mind of modern day veteran infantryman of the Iraq war. The dance of morality, ethics, and disturbing imagery is narrated in startling detail in awesome truth. The evocative details of the landscape are described in the beginning of the film. Time transcends as the film moves along with a character as he travels towards the city from the hinterland. The visual style used concentrates on displaying the character in deep thought about the narrative. The editing juxtaposes the two realms of a combat zone abroad and the familiarity of a western culturally stylized city The narrative ebbs and flows transporting the audience from literal translation of the Route Green landscape and combat to the figurative and more symbolic. The character comes upon a strikingly similar landscape of the neighborhood he once patrolled. The narrative takes a turn towards a reflective tone. In the end the cast of narrators concludes vastly different outlooks of Route Green. One narrator concludes a positive outlook. One concludes an indifference towards his experience. Another finds he has something inside of himself that he can use to build a better future. Another finds himself in distaste for experiences on Route Green. A truly remarkable documentary that describes the less understood aspects of the infantryman psyche in war. This film documents a characteristic of human condition that is never, if at all, described in the modern war narrative. Unit Production Bryce Nuess. Directory of Photography Nathan Brand. Director and Editor David Heckler. Narrated by Adam Desjardin, Noel Pierce, Schane Eutsler, Russel Harding, and Matthew Germain.