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The Trials of Henry Kissinger [DVD] [English] [2002]
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Overview

Special Features

  • 16:9 anamorphic presentation
  • Interview with filmmakers
  • Audio commentary
  • Photo gallery
  • Sundance AfterEffect
  • Digital theatrical trailer

Synopsis

The Trials of Henry Kissinger
This incisive documentary offers a sobering portrait of statesman Henry Kissinger, quite possibly the most powerful and influential diplomat in U.S. government in the latter half of the 20th century. Based on the book of nearly the same name by journalist and critic Christopher Hitchens (the slender volume goes with the singularized Trial), the movie takes on the form of a legal argument, bringing forward case studies that aim to illuminate Hitchens' claims against Kissinger. Among the significant events in Kissinger's career that the movie tackles are his purported secret diplomacy during the 1968 peace talks to end the Vietnam War, the secret bombing of Cambodia in the early '70s without congressional authorization, and an alleged U.S.-backed plot to overthrow the leftist government of Chilean leader Salvador Allende. The movie features numerous interviews with legal experts, journalists, and high-ranking diplomats, such as Alexander Haig, Walter Isaacson, Roger Morris, and Hitchens himself; predictably, Kissinger did not participate in the making of the picture. ~ Elbert Ventura, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Christopher Hitchens
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    Alexander Haig
  • Amy Goodman
    Amy Goodman
  • Brian Cox
    Brian Cox - Narrator
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