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Whose War?

  • 56 mins
  • 70%
  • 12+
  • United States of America FlagUSUnited States of America
  • 2006
  • Documentaries

With a body count of nearly three thousand U.S. soldiers, the U.S. invasion of Iraq has been seen by many as the ultimate folly of the Bush Administration. Now in the documentary "Whose War?" three leading American anti-war activists gather to dissect the motives and fatal consequences of this, America's most controversial conflict since Vietnam. We follow musician and satirist Jello Biafra (former lead singer of The Dead Kennedys) as he lampoons the Bush presidency during a packed California concert, then answers direct questions from our filmmakers. Mike Farrel (from tv's M*A*S*H and Providence) finds evidence of purely cynical motives in "Mr. Bush's war," while leading director Keith Gordon (from tv's House) describes a self-serving and ultimately petty man in the nation's highest office. The views of this though-provoking trio makes "Whose War?" fascinating viewing.