Meeting Resistance Reviews
I would also advise you to see "The War Tapes", to explore the other side of the conflicts (the American view). Soldiers were videotaped themselves during their tour, instead of being followed by journalists.
In any cases, these movies will show you that all mainstream media are just omitting truth and giving a biased view on this war...
Go see it!
The reviewer complaining about the lack of names and the blurred faces misses the fact that these people are engaged in carrying out or supporting armed attacks on U.S. soldiers. It would endanger their security to agree to have their names published and faces shown clearly.
If anyone wants to borrow this one, I can lend it to them.
Editing techniques also designed to vilify: close ups of Iraqi butchers cutting bloody meat juxtaposed with fighters working out in the gym; sinister music whenever one of them is speaking. Lacking in sophistication and depth.
In short, an Islamophobic, racist propaganda film that makes a mockery of it's own bi-line which claims to "get into the mind of the resistance." Filmmakers stayed 10 months in Western style hotels with air conditioning, not in the homes of ordinary Iraqis.