This documentary, produced by Charles H. Ferguson, is concerned with the first American invasion on Iraq. It is mainly composed of interviews with the military personal involved with the organization and execution of the primary occupation of Iraq. It was first screened on 22nd January in 2007 at the Sundance Film Festival, followed by the DVD release on the same year.
Since May 1st 2003, when the former US president George W. Bush declared victory, there have been a total of 3000 deaths and over 20,000 wounded American soldiers on the Iraqi soil in the course of the following four years.
It is estimated that over 600,000 Iraqi civilians lost their lives in this conflict. The question at hand is who is responsible for this shocking death toll? The answer to this question, according to some of the participants in this documentary, is the inadequate administration apparatus of the former president Bush.
Watch this spine chilling documentary and witness firsthand the situation on the streets of Baghdad. Discover what the major mistakes were in the planning and the execution of this campaign which, in turn, caused a staggering death toll and a total collapse of the campaign itself.
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