The automotive company and broadcast television network teamed up to produce a heartwarming, nearly five-minute long story about a soldier returning home from Iraq. It's a well-acted piece and I'm kind of surprised that in five minutes you really get a plot and feel for characters. However, even as well done as it is, the piece left me a little guilt ridden feeling like the company is still trying to sell America a car even while saluting the troops. Check out the streaming version, it originally aired Sunday during American Dreams, a show I can honestlys ay I've never watched. It is a nice sentiment and I'm glad they did something at least.
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