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No wonder this film won the Oscar for Best Documentary film in 2007.
The film covered the United States' recent torture of civilian population in the Afghanistan and Iraq areas as well as the Guantanamo Bay detainees.
Showing ample evidence of beatings and abuse, the film has several photographs and much testimony with which to work.
Says an awful lot about what we have become and why everyone hates America. .Published 1 month ago by Larry
Neurobiological research shows how extensively humans learn from what we see with our eyes and what can be learned from this film meshes with substantial, well designed empirical... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Thomas E. Reed
This documentary is powerful and shocking so I don't recommend this DVD for those easily squeamish. This is definitely not for children's viewing as the pictures are x rated... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sylviastel
Very truthful and empathetic expose on the horrors of the Bush/Cheney wars, and the youth that took the blame for their own behavior as well as that of their leaders.Published 12 months ago by Michael B.
If you follow the news and are intrigued with the war on terrorism in the Middle East then I suggest you check this movie out. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Globetrotter
No wonder this film won the Oscar for Best Documentary film in 2007. It starts with the arrest by US troops of an innocent young Afghan male taxi driver for being a suspected... Read morePublished 15 months ago by K. Edyvane
I learned so much more from this than I did listening to the news these past many years, I am embarrassed for my fellow military members who contributed. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Michelle Cork
"Taxi to the Dark Side" supplements info found in the books "The Black Banners," "Ghost Plane," and "The Dark Side," all books that describe the descent of America from a country... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Joe V.
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|Is worshiping a torture implement - the Christian cross- desensitizes ?||
Right from the start you are off base in your thought process. Christians do not worship the cross at all, they worship Jesus and God. The cross is simply a reminder of what was done so that eternal life could be granted to all who believe and follow Jesus. He is the focus of the church and the... Read More
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