Grant Helsov is the director of the film “The Men Who Stare at Goats” and has a release date of November 6, 2009. The film belongs to the genre of war films, though; there are ample instances of comedy in it. The protagonist is a reporter who suffers a breakdown following the termination of his married life. He finds everything around him distressful and unhappy. Under such circumstances, he decides that he needs to engage in something that exciting enough to make him forget his problems. He gets involved in war reporting and gets to know about a secret psychic military unit of the American army.
This particular department is actually the First Earth Battalion; they use paranormal powers to attain the objectives of their missions. Their ultimate objective is to bring about an end to the wars and the drama deepens when the founder of this unit is massing. A serious investigation follows and it gradually comes to the fore that there is a psychic soldier who is responsible for the falling apart of the entire mission. He had actually manipulated the course of the entire action resulting in the series of confusions and we also get to know through the reporter that this soldier is plagued to meet his own set of dangerous priorities.