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Uncovered: The War on Iraq

Uncovered: The War on Iraq
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Film poster
Directed by Robert Greenwald
Produced by Philippe Diaz
Robert Greenwald
Kathryn McArdle
Devin Smith
Music by Brad Chiet
Jim Ervin
Mars Lasar
Cinematography Richard Ray Perez
Editing by Chris M. Gordon
Kimberly Ray
Distributed by Cinema Libre Studio
Release date(s)Template:Plainlist
Running time 87 min
Country United States
Language English

Uncovered: The War on Iraq is a 2004 documentary film directed by Robert Greenwald that deals with the government and media treatment of the developing push for an invasion of Iraq in the early 2000s and the eventual 2003 Invasion of Iraq. The film is an extended version of Greenwald's 2003 Uncovered: The Whole Truth About the Iraq War.

Interviewees

David Albright, Robert Baer, Milt Bearden, Rand Beers, Bill Christison, David Corn, Philip Coyle, John Dean, Patrick Eddington, Chas Freeman, Graham Fuller, Mel Goodman, Larry Johnson, David Kay, John Brady Kiesling, Karen Kwiatkowski, Patrick Lang, David C. MacMichael, Ray McGovern, Scott Ritter, Clare Short, Stanfield Turner, Henry Waxman, Thomas E. White, Joseph C. Wilson, Mary Ann Wright, Peter Zimmerman

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  • AllRovi
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