“BRATS: Our Journey Home” is now available on DVD.
It’s the first-ever documentary about us — about growing up “BRAT” — and how that has profoundly shaped our lives and our struggle to belong. Help us spread the word.
I’m Tim Wurtz, Ankara American High School class of 1969. I co-produced “BRATS: Our Journey Home.” It’s written and directed by Army Brat Donna Musil and narrated by Air Force Brat Kris Kristofferson. We need your support to let other Brats know about this movie. Here’s what people are saying…
“I saw this beautiful film at the Newport Beach Film Festival… it is very, very well made and is a must for each and every person who ever lived under these circumstances… this is not an easy topic… the filmmakers have done an excellent job of laying out the major issues… we should all support this film in the most aggressive way possible…”
-John Hardy, Air Force Brat, London Central ’66 – Producer, “Sex, Lies and Videotape” “Erin Brokovich” “Ocean’s 11” “Ocean’s 12″…
“Who knew that others shared my experiences, or even cared.” -George T. Marshall, Navy Brat
“I can’t believe the changes in my life it’s brought about already.” -Ginger Cole Turner, DOD teacher’s daughter.
“I am completely overwhelmed. I thought I had covered this waterfront both intellectually and emotionally, but how wrong I was. I was sobbing.” -Sarah Bird, Military Brat, author, “The Yokota Officers Club”