No End in Sight • Sept 7-11, 13 • 7:30, 9:30

September 2, 2007

image - No End in SightNo End in Sight

Sept 7-11, 13

7:30pm & 9:30pm

Vancity Theatre

1181 Seymour St
(at Davie)

“. . . prepare to be riveted: No End in Sight, Charles Ferguson’s first film, is without question the most important movie you are likely to see this year.” Richard Schickel, Time

Check out other rave quotes.

If you miss the movie, at least catch the Salon interview:

If everybody in this polarized country could be convinced to sit down tonight and watch the documentaries “No End in Sight” and “The Devil Came on Horseback,” we might pull our troops out of Iraq next week and send them to Darfur the week after that. [read more]


[from Vancity Theatre . . .]

VANCOUVER PREMIERE // VANCITY THEATRE EXCLUSIVE

“The first film to comprehensively examine how the Bush administration constructed the Iraq war and subsequent occupation, No End in Sight exposes a chain of critical errors, denial, and incompetence that has galvanized a violent quagmire. Drawing on jaw-droppingly frank interviews with an impressive array of high-level government officials, military personnel, and journalists, Charles Ferguson zeroes in on the months immediately before and after toppling Saddam. Despite intelligence strongly warning that transforming Iraq into a democracy would be long and brutal without careful planning, massive troops, and international support, Bush launched the invasion after only 60 days of preparation. Baghdad’s infrastructure fell along with the city, leaving large-scale looting, lawlessness, and violent chaos in its wake…”—Sundance Film Festival

“Prepare to be riveted: No End in Sight, Charles Ferguson’s first film, is without question the most important movie you are likely to see this year. It is not a film that simply massages your pre-existing attitudes about the war in Iraq. Rather it is a work that tells you things you almost certainly did not know about that disaster or things that have been lost to sight as chaos, anarchy and our feelings of helplessness have grown over the years since the invasion of 2003.”—Richard Schickel, Time

“Please send everyone you know to see it. The film convicts the Bush Administration more clearly, specifically and forcefully than any previous documentary, and more wrenchingly than any book could do.”—Stuart Klawans, The Nation

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