No End in Sight at Hipp Dec. 3
November/December 2007

"Even well-informed audiences will find their jaws dropping." -- Variety

A staggering portrait of arrogance and incompetence, the documentary No End in Sight avoids the question of why the U.S. invaded Iraq in 2003, choosing instead to focus on the war's aftermath--and meticulously examine the chain of decisions that led Iraq into a grotesque state of lawlessness and civil war.

Drawing from interviews with top generals, administration officials, journalists, and soldiers who were in the thick of the war itself, No End in Sight lays out a gripping story, as suspenseful as any Hollywood movie. The testimony (presented by administration insiders and officials in Iraq, both military and civilian) argues that, despite contrary analysis and experienced advice against its actions, the top brass of the Bush administration made decisions (that aggravated already existing problems and created devastating new ones.

No End in Sight is being shown as part of the Civic Media Center's documentary film series on Monday, Dec. 3 at the Hippodrome Cinema, 7 and 9 pm. The series will move to the CMC in 2008, which now has more comfortable chairs and an improved screen, sound and projector set-up.

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