No End in Sight

No End in Sight

No End in Sight
"Silicon Valley exec Charles Ferguson puts his PhD in foreign affairs to good use. His first film traces the disastrous arc of America's War in Iraq, from (non)planning to invasion to the current full-scale civil war... All speak frankly about the missteps and incompetence of the Bush administration; some treat their testimony before Ferguson's camera as an act of atonement. The most devastating testimony comes from Colonel Paul Hughes, who details how the Bushies disbanded the Iraqi Army - essentially filling the country with angry, well-armed Saddam loyalists - without even asking U.S. military leaders their opinion." — Jason Silverman, Wired.com
Special Jury Prize, Sundance Film Festival 2007
2007Rating: M, offensive language, content that may disturb102 minsUSA
Documentary