Uncovered: The Whole Truth About the Iraq War (2004)

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Interviews with varied U.S officials and experts offer a deconstruction on the Bush administration's case for war in Iraq in the wake of 9/11.

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  • Himself - Physicist and former weapons inspector with the IAEA Action team
  • Himself - Former CIA operative who served in Iraq and Lebanon
  • Himself - Former Head of the CIA's Societ
  • Himself - Former Special Assistant to the President and National Security Council Senior Director for Combating Terrorism
  • Himself - Former CIA Director of the Office of Regional and Political Analysis
  • Himself - Washington Editor of the Nation Magazine
  • Himself - Former Assistant Security of Defense and Director of Operational Test and Evaluation at the Pentagon
  • Himself - Former White House Counsel to President Nixon
  • Himself - Former CIA Analyst during the 1991 Iraq War
  • Himself - Former Assistant Secretary of Defense and Ambassador to Saudi Arabia
  • Himself - Former Vice Chairman of the National Intelligence Council at the CIA
  • Himself - 20 year Senior CIA Analyst
    (as Mel Goodman)
  • Himself - Former Political Counselor to the US Embassy Athens, Greece
  • Herself - Former Air Force Lt. Colonel
  • Himself - Former Chief of Middle East Intelligence at the Defense Intelligence Agency


Director:

Robert Greenwald

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9 July 2005 | turing77
5
| Not much here...
This review regards the 55-minute version. It is not a good documentary. It has more substance and gravitas than Fahrenheit 9/11--which was pointless propaganda--but it is very amateurish-looking, poorly edited, and you can tell, as director Greenwald himself attests, that it was a rush job. After the run-through of all the interviewees at the beginning, some get only one line (Stansfield Turner, Clare Short), and some are forgotten altogether (Thomas White). There were only about five or six individuals that got the bulk of face-time, and you get the impression that Greenwald overreached a bit in trying to assemble an impressive number of credible people to support the anti-war position. From a political standpoint, whether you think that the Bush administration used WMD as a pretext to invade, or whether the President sincerely thought that the weapons existed is moot: with an all-volunteer army, the anti-war forces were never going to get traction. Had the draft been in place in 2003, Kerry would be President right now. But even if most Americans polled think Iraq wasn't worth it, they still support this administration. Without coercion to fight, the anti-war left is barking in the wind.

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