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Neil Cooke almost 7 years ago
Shocking, but predictably shocking. Sad & scary - like 4 year olds driving a tractor.
Jordan Meeter 6 years ago
Steven Wadas 7 years ago
Adam Witmer 7 years ago
Dean Kinnear over 7 years ago
Joe Coleman over 7 years ago
Patrick Stadler ㋛ over 8 years ago
Ron Maurice Moss over 8 years ago
Paul Smyth over 8 years ago
No End in Sight is a 2007 documentary film about the American occupation of Iraq. The film marks the directorial debut of Academy Award winning documentary film producer Charles H. Ferguson. The film premiered January 22, 2007 at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. The film opened in limited release in the United States on July 27, 2007, playing in two theaters. As of December 2007, the film had grossed $1.4 million, and had been released on DVD. To a large extent the film consists of interviews with the people who were involved in the initial Iraqi occupation authority and the ORHA (the Office for Reconstruction and Humanitarian Assistance, later replaced by the CPA, the Coalition Provisional Authority). Thirty-five people are interviewed, many of them former Bush loyalists who have since become disillusioned by what they experienced at the time. In particular, many of those interviewed claim that the inexperience of the core members of the Bush administration — and their refusal to...
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