Richard Jobsons new film 'The Somnambulists' surrounds 15 testimonies from British servicemen and women who were involved in the Iraq conflict in Basra. They have a ghostly presence as they talk about their experiences in a near documentary style after each testimony the camera glides into the lives that might have been and the people they left behind. Jobson says 'Like many people I was angered by the Iraq war and like most people did nothing about it. This is my response to that apathy. In the film, although it appears that the speakers are the ghostly presence, it is in fact we the audience who are the Somnambulists, it is we who were sleep walking in the build up to the war and its tragic aftermath'.