Outstanding film. We follow the lives of a squad of bomb disposal guys around Baghdad. Their job has intrinsic suspense but she was savvy enough to vary the situations and not lock into just one thing.
She succeeded in morphing the film from a war picture to a genuine human drama. The characters all had believable personalities, fears, lives. The hand-held camera irked at first but it was so appropriate to the subject that I withdrew my objection pretty early on. I read that they used a four-camera set-up and shot 200 hours of film which was then edited down to two hours.
Well constructed, shot, paced. Her best film.