Filmmaker Errol Morris (Gates of Heaven, The Thin Blue Line) takes an unflinching look at the Abu Ghraib prison scandal while meditating on the frightening side effects of the War on Terror in a thought-provoking documentary from Participant Productions (An Inconvenient Truth). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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This documentary begins by showing us photographs and asking the question, Do photographs revealed the truth to us or do they, in fact, hide the truth? As the witnesses (the military personnel) tell their stories, the filmmakers commentary is subtitled. The commentator is puzzled by questions of these people's lack of humanity. She asks, Could these people have a moral compass and at the same time, be unable to act on it? A tough true story to watch; not fun, yet an important document on one of the many horrors of war. My complete review @ moviereviews1.com