A Second Knock at the Door: 
A Documentary on Friendly Fire 
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The Documentary
WINNER: Best Documentary 2011 Sycamore Film Festival
WINNER: Best Documentary 2011 East Lansing Film Festival
Runner Up: Best Documentary 2011 Vegas CineFest


"Grimes does a commendable job of undertaking intense research and sharing
BOTH sides of the issue – the families’ and the military’s."
~ A Soldier's Perspective

"As a documentary, it’s really quite effective, partly because the story is compelling,
but mostly because Grimes does a good job of telling his story."
~ Film Threat

“...a wonderful documentary that should be seen by everyone..."
 ~ Movie Room Reviews


A Second Knock at the Door is an award-winning documentary that offers a rare glimpse into the lives of military families dealing with the loss of loved ones to friendly fire. Through interviews and investigative reports, this film explores key incidents that forced families of the fallen to embark on individual but integrally linked quests for the truth after the Army attempted to bury the truth within the "fog of war."

Unwilling to allow these soldiers to be defined by their death, A Second Knock at the Door explores the men outside of their uniforms through the eyes of the communities that saw them not only as heroes but as sons, husbands, fathers, fiancés, and friends.


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