Netflix is a streaming service that provides a vast selection of movies and TV shows. It has become one of the most popular streaming services in the world, offering a wide range of content for viewers. One popular movie that is often sought after on Netflix is Restrepo, which tells the story of a U.S. Army platoon stationed in Afghanistan’s Korengal Valley during the War in Afghanistan.
The documentary follows journalist Sebastian Junger and photographer Tim Hetherington as they embed themselves with the platoon for 15 months and document their experiences on the battlefield. The film was released in 2010 and went on to win an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature that same year.
Unfortunately, Netflix does not have Restrepo available to stream at this time. However, it is available to purchase or rent from other streaming services such as Amazon Prime Video, Google Play Movies & TV, iTunes, YouTube Movies, Microsoft Store, and Vudu. The cost of renting or purchasing Restrepo will vary depending on which service you choose.
If you are looking to watch Restrepo without having to purchase or rent it, there are still some options available. The film can be found on other streaming services such as Hulu and FandangoNOW. Additionally, if you have an HBO subscription you can access Restrepo through their streaming platform.
Netflix does not currently have Restrepo available to stream but it can be purchased or rented from other services such as Amazon Prime Video, Google Play Movies & TV, iTunes, YouTube Movies, Microsoft Store, and Vudu. Additionally it can be streamed through Hulu and FandangoNOW with a subscription. For those with an HBO subscription the film can be found through their streaming platform.