Uncovered: The War on Iraq
Uncovered: The War on Iraq ★★½ 2004
Documentary presents case against Bush administration's decision to go to war with Iraq through interviews with authorities ranging from weapons inspectors and C.I.A. analysts to exmilitary and diplomatic figures. Another in a slew of anti-Bush documentaries released in election year of 2004. Drier and less theatrical than political heavyweight Michael Moore, but the straightforward style make it effective and convincing. 83m/C DVD. D: Robert Greenwald; C: Richard Perez, Glen Pearcy, Bob Sullivan, Scott Williams, Hamish Campbell, Marc Levy, Bob Seeberger; M: Jim Ervin, Brad Chiet, Mars Lasar.
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