Let There Be Light (1946) is a documentary film commissioned by the US Army that depicts returning soldiers being treated for war neurosis. It has been recently launched on Netflix. One interesting fact is that the movie ended up being censored by the army at the time, purportedly to protect the patients' privacy.
After watching it, as much as I admire the director's work, it feels staged. The scenes are "too perfect" to be true and the interactions look artificial. I could not find any discussion about the veracity of the movie, hence my question: is "Let There Be Light" (1946) a real documentary?