Ears, Open. Eyeballs, Click

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Ears, Open. Eyeballs, Click. is a documentary from 2005 by filmmaker Canaan Brumley, showing the experience of Marine recruits during the early boot camp.

The film is unique in that there is no narrative, and no central character that it focuses on, but more just acts as a observer in some of the hardest bootcamp activities people go through.

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