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Taxi to the Dark Side is a new documentary from Alex Gibney. His previous film was Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room. And I think this movie Taxi to the Dark Side belongs with that Enron documentary and maybe with Charles Ferguson's No End in Sight as one of the really pivotal, indispensable documentaries of this decade.

That is when we look back and try to make sense of what happened after 2001 during the Bush Administration, during the war on terror. We'll have to look at this movie to see what happened to this country and where we might have gone wrong.

It's a very powerful and meticulous movie. It takes its title from the case of a young man from Afghanistan whose name was Dilawar, who was a taxi driver, who was captured by American forces in 2002 and who died in American custody at Bagram Air Force base in Afghanistan that year.

The movie goes from his case and traces a whole history of interrogation, torture, cover-up that goes from Bagram to Abu Ghraib to Guantanamo that involves some very familiar figures from Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld as well as prisoners themselves and also the interrogators, the soldiers and intelligence officers who carried out a policy that was never really admitted to exist, but that this film makes a very strong case was in fact a new kind of policy for dealing with what the Bush Administration insisted was a new kind of war.

Now this movie gains a lot, I think, from its evenness and meticulousness of tone. It's really a piece of investigative journalism, more than a piece of advocacy, although of course it does have a point of view, it is making an argument about the roots and the consequences of American policy. But it's a very serious, and it's a very well-documented and thoroughly made argument. And this is really a movie that, I think a lot of people will want to avoid, because we don't want to think about this, we don't want to think about torture, we don't want to think about the war on terror, we don't want to think about what is being done to us or by us out there in the world. But this is nonetheless a movie that will be around for a long time, and that will stand as an important, historical record of some of the things that we would rather not think about that are going on in the world right now.

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Taxi to the Dark Side is a new documentary from Alex Gibney. His previous film was Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room. And I think this movie Taxi to the Dark Side belongs with that Enron documentary and maybe with Charles Ferguson’s No End in Sight as one of the really pivotal, indispensible documentaries of this decade.


That is when we look back and try to make sense of what happened after 2001 during the Bush Administration, during the war on terror. We’ll have to look at this movie to see what happened to this country and where we might have gone wrong.


It’s a very powerful and meticulous movie. It takes its title from the case of a young man from Afghanistan whose name was Dilawar, who was a taxi driver, who was captured by American forces in 2002 and who died in American custody at Bagram Air Force base in Afghanistan that year.


The movie goes from his case and traces a whole history of interrogation, torture, cover-up that goes from Bagram to Abu Ghraib to Guantanamo that involves some very familiar figures from Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld as well as prisoners themselves and also the interrogators, the soldiers and intelligence officers who carried out a policy that was never really admitted to exist, but that this film makes very strong case was in fact a new kind of policy for dealing with what the Bush Administration insisted was a new kind of war.

 

Now this movie gains a lot, I think, from its evenness and meticulousness of tone. It’s really a piece of investigative journalism, more than a piece of ad, because although of course it does have a point of view, it is making an argument about the roots in the consequences of American policy. But it’s a very serious, and it’s a very well-documented and thoroughly made argument. And this is really a movie that, I think a lot of people would want to avoid, because we don’t want to think about this, we don’t want to think about torture, we don’t want to think about the war on terror, we don’t want to think about what is being done to us or by us up there in the world. But this is nonetheless a movie that will be around for a long time, and that will stand as an important, historical record of some of the things that we rarely enough think about that are going on in the world right now.

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         That’s when we look back and try to make sense of what happened after 2001 during the Bush’s administration. During the war was *, we have to look this movie to see what happened to this country and where we might go wrong.

         It’s a very powerful and meticulous movie. It takes its title from the case of a young from Afghanistan and whose name was Dilly Walls, who was a taxi driver, who was captured by American Forces in 2002. And he died in American custody at Background air force base in Afghanistan that year.

         The movie goes from his case and chases a whole history of intelligation, torture, cover-up, that goes from Babarf to up grate one town * and involves some very familiar figures, former tourney general former sectary. As well as prisoners themselves and also the intelligators, the solders in intelligence offices who carried out a policy that was never really immediate to exist but it’s so much to John Case was infected a new kind of policy for dealing with what the Bush’s Administration insisted a new kind of war.

         That this movie gains a lot I think from its even * meticulous of tone. It’s really a piece of investigate genernism more than a piece of advocacy. Of course it does have a point of view. It’s making an argument about the roots of consequences of American policy. But it’s very serious and it’s very well documented and theromy made argument. And this is really a movie that I think a lot of people would wanna avoid because we don’t want to think about it, we don’t want to think about torture, we don’t want to think about the *, we don’t want to think about two us bias up there in the world. But this is nonetheless a movie that would be around for a long time and stand an important as a historical record of someone thinks that will not rather think about that will go on in the world right now.

 

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Taxi To The Dark Side is a new documentary from Alex Gibney, his previous film was Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room.And I think this movie Taxi To The Dark Side belongs with that Saddam documentary  and maybe with Charles Ferguson's No End in Sight,  as one of the really pivotal indispensable documentaries of this decade. 

 

That is when we look back and try to make sense of what happened after 2001 during the Bush Administration, during the war on terror.  We'll have to look at this movie, to see what happened to this country, and where we might have gone wrong.

 

It is a very powerful and meticulous movie. It takes its title from the case of a young man from Afghanistan whose name was Dilawar, who was a  taxi driver, who was captured by American forces in 2002 and he died in American custody, at Bagram Air Force Base in Afghanistan that year.

 

The movie goes from his case and traces a whole history of interrogation, torture,  cover-up that goes from Bagram to Abu Ghraib to Guantanamo that involves some very familiar figures, former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, former Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld,   as well as prisoners themselves and also the interrogators, the soldiers and Intelligence officers who carried out a policy that was never really admitted to exist but this still makes (it)a very strong case, was in fact a new kind of policy for dealing with what the Bush Administration and thus was a new kind of war.

 

Now this movies gains a lot, I think from its evenness and meticulousness of tone. It's really a piece of investigative journalism,  more than a piece of advocacy. Although of cause it does have a point of view,  it is making an arguement about the roots and the consequences of  American policy. But it is a very serious and it's a very well documented and thoroughly made arguement. And this is really a movie that I think a lot of people will want to avoid because we don't want to think about this,  we don't want to think about torture, we don't want to think about the war on terror. We don't want to think about what is being done, to us, or by us, out there, in the world, but this is none the less, a movie that will be around  for a long time that will stand as an important historical record of some of the things that we were ready enough to  think about that are going on in the world right now.

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Taxi to the Dark Side is a new documentary from Alex Gibney. His previous film was Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room. And I think this movie Taxi to the Dark Side belongs with that Enron documentary and maybe with Charles Ferguson’s No End in Sight as one of the really pivotal, indispensible documentaries of this decade.


That is when we look back and try to make sense of what happened after 2001 during the Bush Administration, during the war on terror. We’ll have to look at this movie to see what happened to this country and where we might have gone wrong.


It’s a very powerful and meticulous movie. It takes its title from the case of a young man from Afghanistan whose name was Dilawar, who was a taxi driver, who was captured by American forces in 2002 and he died in American custody at Bagram Air Force base in Afghanistan that year.


The movie goes from his case and traces a whole history of interrogation, torture, cover-up that goes from Bagram to Abu Ghraib to Guantanamo that involves some very familiar figures from Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld as well as prisoners themselves and also the interrogators, the soldiers and intelligence officers who carried out a policy that was never really admitted to exist, but that this film makes very strong case was in fact a new kind of policy for dealing with what the Bush Administration insisted was a new kind of war.

 

Now this movie gains a lot, I think, from its evenness and meticulousness of tone. It’s really a piece of investigative journalism, more than a piece of advocacy, /although of course it does have a point of view, it is making an argument about the roots in the consequences of American policy. But it’s a very serious, and it’s a very well-documented and thoroughly made argument. And this is really a movie that, I think a lot of people would want to avoid, because we don’t want to think about this, we don’t want to think about torture, we don’t want to think about the war on terror, we don’t want to think about what is being done to us or by us out there in the world. But this is nonetheless a movie that will be around for a long time, and that will stand as an important, historical record of some of the things that we were ready enough to think about that are going on in the world right now.

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Taxi to the Dark Side is a new documentary from Alex Gibney. His previous film was Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room. And I think this movie Taxi to the Dark Side belongs with that Enron documentary and maybe with Charles Ferguson’s No End in Sight as one of the really pivotal, indispensable documentaries of this decade.


That is when we look back and try to make sense of what happened after 2001 during the Bush Administration, during the war on terror. We’ll have to look at this movie to see what happened to this country and where we might have gone wrong.


It’s a very powerful and meticulous movie. It takes its title from the case of a young man from Afghanistan whose name was Dilawar, who was a taxi driver, who was captured by American forces in 2002 and who died in American custody at Bagram Air Force base in Afghanistan that year.


The movie goes from his case and traces a whole history of interrogation, torture, cover-up that goes from Bagram to Abu Ghraib to Guantanamo that involves some very familiar figures from Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld as well as prisoners themselves and also the interrogators, the soldiers and intelligence officers who carried out a policy that was never really admitted to exist, but that this film makes a very strong case was in fact a new kind of policy for dealing with what the Bush Administration insisted was a new kind of war.

 

Now this movie gains a lot, I think, from its evenness and meticulousness of tone. It’s really a piece of investigative journalism, more than a piece of advocacy, although of course it does have a point of view, it is making an argument about the roots in the consequences of American policy. But it’s a very serious, and it’s a very well-documented and thoroughly made argument. And this is really a movie that, I think a lot of people will want to avoid, because we don’t want to think about this, we don’t want to think about torture, we don’t want to think about the war on terror, we don’t want to think about what is being done to us or by us out there in the world. But this is nonetheless a movie that will be around for a long time, and that will stand as an important, historical record of some of the things that we would rather not think about that are going on in the world right now.

 

 

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2. meticulous : very careful about small details, and always making sure that everything is done correctly

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Taxi To The Dark Side is a new document shoot from Alex giving me a previous view ** smart guys in the room. I think this new Taxi To The Dark Side belongs to a * document and make no end insight. As we of the really peaceful independent document of this decade. That is when we look back and try to make sense of what happen sfter 2001, during the Bush ministration, during the war untack we have look at this movie to see what happen to this country and whether we might gone wrong. It’s a very powerful and particular movie. It takes it’s title from a case a young man from Afghanistan whose name is * ,who was a taxi driver, who was caudht by American by 2002. and he die in American custity, at the background in Afghanistan. The movie goes from his case and chase a whole history of intelligent turch, cover up that goes fron bacgound to and brought ksome familiar figures from counceller defence . As well as prisoner and also the intellegater the soldier and intelligent officer, who carry out a policy that is never really immediately exist make strong case was in fact a new kind of war. As the movie gains a lot I think from its even has a of tone. It’s really a piece of investigation journalism and more than a piece of evidence . It does have a point with you. It’s making an argument about the rule of of American policy. Because it’s very serious, it’s very document to remain argument. and it’s really a movie that I think a lot of people wont avoid because we don’t want to think about it, we don’t want to think about turches, think about war, we don’t want to think about what was being done. Two us, five us die in the world but this is none of the less. This movie be around for a long time. And I was stand 啊~~~熬不下去了~~~ [ 本帖最后由 Arvil 于 2008-3-23 10:53 编辑 ]
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Taxi To The Dark Side is a new documentary from Alex Gibney who is previously film was Erno, smartest guy in the Room. And I think this movie Taxi To The Dark Side belongs with that Enron documentary and maybe with Charles Ferguson’s No End in Sight as one of the really pivotal, indispensable documentaries of this decade.        

That’s when we look back and try to make sense of what happened after 2001 during the Bush’s administration. During the war on terror ,we have to look this movie to see what happened to this country and where we might have gone wrong.

It’s a very powerful and meticulous movie. It takes its title from the case of a young from Afghanistan and whose name was Dilly Walls, who was a taxi driver, who was captured by American Forces in 2002. And he died in American custody at Bagram air force base in Afghanistan that year.

The movie goes from his case and traces a whole history of interrogation, torture, cover-up, that goes from Bagarm to upgrad Guantanamo, and involves some very familiar figures, former Attorney General Alberto , former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, as well as prisoners themselves and also the interrogators, the soldiers in intelligence  offices who carried out a policy admitted to exist, but that this film makes a very strong case was in fact a new kind of policy for dealing with what the Bush Administration insisted was a new kind of war. .

That this movie gains a lot I think from its evenness and meticulous of tone. It’s really a piece of investigate journalism more than a piece of advocacy. Of course it does have a point of view. It’s making an argument about the roots of consequences of American policy. But it’s very serious and it’s very well documented and theromy made argument. And this is really a movie that I think a lot of people would wanna avoid because we don’t want to think about it, we don’t want to think about torture, we don’t want to think about the war on terror, we don’t want to think about what was being done to us or by us up there in the world. But this is nonetheless a movie that would be around for a long time and stand an important as a historical record of someone thinks that will not rather think about that will go on in the world right now.

 

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Taxi to the dark side is a new documentary from Alex *smartest guy in the room, and I think this movie Taxi to the dark side belong * may be a choice ** as one of the really pivotal indispensable documentaries. That is when we look back and try to make sense what happened after 2001, during the Bush administration, during the war on terror. We’ll have a look at this movie to see what happened to this country, where we might have gone wrong. It’s a very powerful and meticulous movie. It takes the title from the case of a young man from Afghanistan whose name was D*, who was a taxi driver, who was captured by American forces in 2002. And he died in American custody at the background group in air force base in Afghanistan that year. The movie goes from his case and traces a whole history of interrogation, torture, cover up that goes from * to*, to * that involves some very familiar figures, formal attorney general *, formal secretary of defense Donald Ramsfield. As well as prisoners themselves, and also the interrogators, the soldiers and intelligent officers, who carried out a policy that was never really admitted to exist. But that made so strong a case was in fact a new kind of police for dealing with what Bush administration insists a new kind of war. That the movie *** a lot, I think * from its evenness and meticulousness of tone. It’s really a piece of interrogation, journalism more than a piece of advocacy. It does have a point of view. It’s making an argument about the root of consequence of American policy. But it’s a very serious and it’s very well-documented and certainly made argument. And this is really a movie, that I think, a lot of people want to avoid, because we don’t want to think about it, we don’t want to think about torture, we don’t want to think about the war on terror, we don’t want to think about what’s been done to us, or by us in the world. But, it’s nevertheless, been around for a long time. It stands as an important historical record of some of the things we’ll rather than think about what’s going on right now.

 

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Taxi To The Dark Side is a new document shoot from Alex giving me a previous view ** smart guys in the room. I think this new Taxi To The Dark Side belongs to a * document and make no end insight. As we of the really peaceful independent document of this decade. That is when we look back and try to make sense of what happen sfter 2001, during the Bush ministration, during the war untack we have look at this movie to see what happen to this country and whether we might gone wrong. It’s a very powerful and particular movie. It takes it’s title from a case a young man from Afghanistan whose name is * ,who was a taxi driver, who was caudht by American by 2002. and he die in American custity, at the background in Afghanistan. The movie goes from his case and chase a whole history of intelligent turch, cover up that goes fron bacgound to and brought ksome familiar figures from counceller defence . As well as prisoner and also the intellegater the soldier and intelligent officer, who carry out a policy that is never really immediately exist make strong case was in fact a new kind of war. As the movie gains a lot I think from its even has a of tone. It’s really a piece of investigation journalism and more than a piece of evidence . It does have a point with you. It’s making an argument about the rule of of American policy.
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