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What makes this film especially biting is the editing.
Worthy of 100 minutes of anyone's time.
What comes through repeatedly is that questions of law and reason, or guilt and innocence, played no role in the case of Omar Khadr.
Enlightening, compelling and, finally, heartbreaking.
Apart from shedding light on the dubious legality of the interrogation, You Don't Like The Truth forcefully questions its effectiveness in getting information.
[The film] demonstrates, through excerpts from an actual videotaped interrogation at Guantanamo, the process by which human will can be systematically broken down to force an admission of guilt, regardless of truth.
The film permeates with the sense of injustice felt by the inmates and filmmakers, along with their passion to highlight Khadr's situation to a wider audiences.
Another essential, damning indictment of America's torture policy.
It is an appalling tale of injustice that reflects badly on both the US administration that has incarcerated him and the Canadian government that has done nothing to seek his repatriation.
This almost unbearably painful documentary features what could be the most hateful villain to appear in the cinema this year. And he is just a disembodied voice.
Revealing injustice through Khadr's own words.
Secretly recorded footage from a Guantanamo Bay interrogation of 16-year-old Canadian citizen Omar Khadr forms the core of this compelling doc.
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