Soldiers of Paint tells of one of the most thrilling paintball battles ever staged.
Join 4,000 participants as they restage D-Day, the notorious 6th of June invasion of Normandy. Instead of bullets, it’s paintball; instead of the French coast, it’s Oklahoma. And, every year, it’s any man’s game, which means the Germans could win! Staged on a 700-acre battlefield owned by the grand-son of a veteran of Omaha Beach, this yearly battle of paint is fought as a tribute to all veterans. These paintball soldiers take “gung ho” to an all-time high, utilizing real tanks and airplanes for this epic fight.
Soldiers of Paint, from Veteran Production Assistant Michael De Chant (Transformers, Live Free or Die Hard) and in-demand cameraman Doug Gritzmacher (Waiting for Superman), is now available on Netflix.
The 70th Anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy is on Friday June 6.