|Dallas Dunn||Associate Producer|
|Kim Huynh||Associate Producer|
While the U.S.'s 2001 invasion of Afghanistan was seen as an imperative after the attacks of 9/11, the ongoing conflict has seen a massive drop in public support and a questioning of whether military force can solve the struggling nation's social, political, and economic problems. This documentary from filmmaker Robert Greenwald (Uncovered: The War on Iraq) calls for a de-escalation of the war in Afghanistan in favor of non-military solutions and makes its case through rarely seen news footage and interviews with foreign-policy experts such as Andrew Bacevich, Stephen Kinzer, and Tariq Ali. ~ Sandra Bencic
Closed Caption; Messages to Obama: Afghans speak out ; Negotiating with the Taliban; Robert Greenwald in conversation with former CIA agents Robert Baer and Graham Fuller; Rethink Afghanistan: Behind the Campaign; Commentary track by director Robert Greenwald; Robert Greenwald on his trip to Afghanistan; Debates: Eight experts debate afghan issues; Vet finds congress through facebook: How retired corporal Rick Reyes testified before congress; List of producers who made this film possible
A compelling and informative film from Robert Greenwald. Truly eye opening.