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Filmmaker Michael Tucker's engrossing and affecting video diary, "a living history," follows a U.S. Army combat unit in Iraq and impressively captures their daily routine, which runs from the downright mundane to the outright frightening. Tucker co-directed, co-wrote and co-edited with his wife, Petra Epperlein. The movie's title refers to the occupants, field-artillery "gunners," and the building in which they were bivouacked, a former palace once owned by Saddam Hussein's son Uday.
Director: Petra Epperlein
Director: Mike Tucker
Producer: Michael Tucker