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Current Rating: 3.94

Current Rating: 3.94

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  • Excellent film. This is another one of those films that make you think that you should watch documentaries more often. It clearly identifies the hypocracy in foreign policy and the economic rationale for not only the Gulf War but all wars and mini-wars preceeding it. It`s a real eye opening. The statement that we live in the United States of Amnesia couldn`t be truer when you see the US shaking Suddam`s hand and signing over weapons of mass destruction during the Iran War.
  • great movie. if you enjoy this, i`d also recommend "loose change".
  • Great documentary, people should see this.
  • excellent take on modern warfare
  • fantastic look at coporate america
  • Very well thought out and compiled.
  • Excelent documentary that outlines some of the world politics leading up to the US involvement in Iraq. It does not support the war as such but more as part of world power business decision. Important stuff.

Why We Fight

Genre:  Documentary
Running Time:  98 min.
Release Date: February 17, 2006 (limited)
DVD: June 20, 2006

Current rating: Rating: 3.94
based on 101 votes and 7 reviews
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Cast: Wilton Sekzer, William Solomon, Karen Kwiatkowski, Anh Duong