We just saw this riveting and detailed documentary about how the Iraq invasion was planned by those in charge of our loved ones in the military. Long interviews with key insider players are included. Ebert & Roeper gave it "two very big thumbs up"; Time magazine said it is "the most important movie you are likely to see this year." It won the special jury documentary prize at the Sundance Film Festival.
Both Blockbuster and Netflix have it. Check it out and tell your friends who are curious about how the past 4 years in Iraq happened.
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
I met Wahidi in Kabul, and we're helping him get his work out to the world. He is currently living in a refugee camp in Milan Italy, waiting for a hearing on his request for political asylum. Read the story here by Christopher Allbritton, a respected journalist who specializes in Middle East issues.
Posted by Robert Maier at 9:21 AM