Featured Documentary

The Trials of Henry Kissinger 2002 - 79 min.

Director: BBC; British Broadcasting Corporation; Eugene Jarecki

The film focuses on Kissinger's years as national-security adviser and secretary of State to presidents Nixon and Ford, and details his involvement in prolonging the war in Vietnam, the secret bombing of Cambodia, Suharto's invasion of East Timor, and the assassination of democratically elected communist president Salvador Allende in Chile. In a larger sense, this powerfully muckraking film is about the accountability of public figures and about how, in regard to international justice, there can and should be no exceptions.