The Wounded Avatar

The Wounded

Do you ever really win when it comes to war?

Two fathers from opposite ends of the war in Iraq go head to head in Canada, searching for justice and peace through violence.

  Gibsons, BC  |  Thriller, Action

Mission #4: Speechless

See Mission Brief
Congrats Top 30!

Naseer (PATRICK SABONGUI) stands over his sons grave, preparing to set a plan into motion for justice that will forever define who he is.

Average Rating

Rate This Project

Comments (67)

  • natalie's Photo
    natalie p. 0  posted 9 years ago

    bloody looking events are going to take place in this film, I just know it, isn't there enough vgore out there win the world already

    Login to post comments
  • cathlin's Photo
    cathlin G. 0  posted 9 years ago

    The music makes it really sad. Good acting too. It's a sad story. Well-done! Keep up the good work, wish the best!

    Login to post comments
  • Quinn's Photo
    Quinn E. 0  posted 9 years ago

    Good luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Login to post comments
  • tara's Photo
    tara w. 0  posted 9 years ago

    awesome job Matt and crew! I hope you guys win and get to make this film. Best of luck to The Wounded!!

    Login to post comments
  • Laura's Photo
    Laura O. 1  posted 9 years ago

    Really good music made you feel sad, and the soccer ball was a great prop good job. Will be following this

    Login to post comments
  • Lee's Photo
    Lee S. 1  posted 9 years ago

    A picture is worth a thousand words... a minute of moving pictures tells a much larger story. Great job, as always.

    Login to post comments
  • Brittany's Photo
    Brittany S. 1  posted 9 years ago

    Very emotional scene and it will defiantly hit home with a lot of people with children. It had a huge impact on me and I do not even have children, Music was a fabulous touch as well!

    Login to post comments
  • Helene's Photo
    Helene M. 1  posted 9 years ago

    Really like the music, makes you want more appealing to a wide audience. Did the boy die or are you leaving us in suspence

    Login to post comments
  • Angelica's Photo
    Angelica S. 1  posted 9 years ago

    Really love the use of music to help convey and carry this video. Really captivating/eery!

    Login to post comments
  • keren's Photo
    keren b. 0  posted 9 years ago

    Good music to match the tone of the film. The flower petals confused me. Did the boy die or did a woman die? Roses made me think it was his wife.

    Login to post comments


    Cinema EOS