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5.0 out of 5 stars
Powerful, courageous & nearly flawless, 12 April 2006
This is truly one of the best films I have ever seen. The injustice it depicts will make your blood boil. It will also make you pause at the actions of our current government, which has invaded and occupied Iraq without provocation and continues to hold prisoners without process or legal protection at Guantanamo and in secret prisons overseas.
This film makes two things very clear: 1) we are not human beings if we treat each other the way the British government treated these innocent people; and 2) occupations create violence and resentment that span generations.