A film about the war crimes of the American diplomat, Henry Kissinger.

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Eugene Jarecki
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Credited cast:
Brian Cox ... Narrator (voice)
Henry Kissinger ... Self (archive footage)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anna Chennault Anna Chennault ... Self
Amy Goodman ... Self
Alexander Haig ... Self
Seymour Hersh ... Self (author)
Christopher Hitchens ... Self
Barbara Howar Barbara Howar ... Self
Michael Korda Michael Korda ... Self (Editor-in-Chief, Simon & Schuster)
Lewis Lapham ... Self (Editor, Harper's Magazine)
Geoffrey Robertson Geoffrey Robertson ... Self (Human Rights Lawyer)
William Safire William Safire ... Self (New York Times)
René Schneider Jr. René Schneider Jr. ... Self
Michael Tigar ... Self (Professor of Law)
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Part contemporary investigation and part historical inquiry, documentary follows the quest of one journalist in search of justice. The film focuses on Christopher Hitchens' charges against Henry Kissinger as a war criminal - allegations documented in Hitchens' book of the same title - based on his role in countries such as Cambodia, Chile, and Indonesia. Kissinger's story raises profound questions about American foreign policy and highlights a new era of human rights. Increasing evidence about one man's role in a long history of human rights abuses leads to a critical examination of American diplomacy through the lens of international standards of justice. Written by Sujit R. Varma

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Mr. Big Stuff
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Performed by Jean Knight
Played during the segment discussing Kissinger's celebrity status
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Horrible Editing/Narration. Good/True information.
23 September 2009 | by andressolfSee all my reviews

This movie deserves anywhere from 6.5 stars to 7. No more, no less. The editing & narration is done in such a shuffled & boring way that I had to stop the movie 3 times in 2 days. I couldn't finish it in one sitting. The reason why this is important is because I've been watching war documentaries all this week- hoping to compile my own with all I've seen. I've taken notes on SuperPower, Manufacturing Consent, Sicko, Commanding Heights, The Secret Government, 911 Road to Tyranny, Fog of War, and this. This by far as been the most boring movie I've had to take notes on. Not just boring, but depressing as well. How a man like this can assume so much power is beyond me, but then again he is a "Rockefeller" man, so I shouldn't be surprised one bit. As far as I knew he was Rockefeller pawn, in that the evil bastard used him to do his bidding. I know the 2 were in cahoots, so this explains why he gave Nixon & himself so much power, as well as the CIA etc. These evil men acted as a cancer to an already sick democratic society, and it is all but Game Over. I have learned enough to know that a lot of sick men like HK have spread their influence too wide, & too covertly to show any difference. (Too the unaware anyway.)

This movie has good information, and it's about the only documentary I know of that investigates Henry Kissinger solely. As someone mentioned he was involved with the 9/11 commission. More proof in my eyes that it was an inside job carried about by the Masons. Henry even gives a masonic handshake to one of the Vietnamese prime ministers or what not. As shown in the video 10-13 seconds at the very beginning. Don't think of me as a conspiracy theorist, but as a historical analyst. There's lot's of proof showing the plan/steps for a New World Order. Don't underestimate the Free Masonic influence in America & all across the world either. You shall see one day. I'll be working to prove it.


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Release Date:

7 May 2003 (France) See more »

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Angeklagt: Henry Kissinger See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$14,667, 29 September 2002

Gross USA:

$516,726

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$521,266
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1.85 : 1
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