No End in Sight

Not Yet Rated| 1 hr. 42 min.

Plot Summary
This documentary film takes a critical look at the American invasion of Iraq in 2003 and the war that followed. The film includes extensive interviews with various military and government officials, many of whom worked under President George W. Bush during the beginning of the Iraq war. Filmmaker Charles Ferguson uses these first-hand accounts to suggest that the Bush administration, as well as the provisional government they instated in Iraq, have made crucial, irresponsible errors.

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Genres: Documentary

Distributor: Magnolia Pictures

No End in Sight (2007)

Release Date: July 27th, 2007|1 hr. 42 min.

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  • Lucid, concise and devastating account of what went wrong in Iraq, patiently counts those 500 ways. show more

  • May not offer up any fresh revelations, but this effectively assembled documentary puts it all in valuable, if depressing, perspective. show more

  • Who is Charles Ferguson, director of this film? A one-time senior fellow of the Brookings Institute, software millionaire, originally a supporter of the war, visiting professor at MIT and Berkeley, he was trustworthy enough to inspire confidences from former top officials. show more

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