Release Date: 2002
DVD Release Date: August 19th, 2003
Not Yet Rated|1 hr 20 min
Decades after he left Washington, Henry Kissinger remains a divisive figure in American politics. Journalist Christopher Hitchens, who believes Kissinger should be labeled a war criminal, builds his case by shedding light on the high-ranking diplomat's many shadowy foreign actions, including an unauthorized bombing raid in Cambodia and a purported plot to oust Chilean leader Salvador Allende. Legal experts and former government officials also discuss Kissinger's controversial career.
Cast: Brian Cox
Director: Eugene Jarecki
Production Co: Think Tank Films, Jigsaw Educational Productions Inc.