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Having seen other documentary by this reporter on the British series "Dispatches". I see no evidence whatsoever of a pro-Taliban slant in his work. In fact, in the British documentary, he challenges Afghan police who appeared to have allowed Taliban to meet in their building.Unlike the another reviewer, I don't trust it important to present each Taliban atrocity to give perspective to a purported American atrocity. Prisoners have the right under international law not to be murdered. When we fail to be outraged by accusations of atrocities by our own forces, then we lose any claim to the moral high ground, and become just other bestial faction out to sate its blood lust, every vile act serving to justify the next.
My original review of the movie painted it as an innocent, but well-meaning documentary that intended to shed light on misdeeds committed on our side of the war. However, in light of more detailed reading, thought, and conversation, I have revised my review.It's difficult to feel terrible about anyone killing the Taliban. In fact, it took considerable effort to motivate myself into watching the movie to start with. Given the Taliban's own infamous track record for human rights violations, it seems almost fitting that they would obtain a taste of their own medicine.At first glance (or 'first viewing') the documentary may seem to shed some light on some of the aspects of the multifaceted conflict in Afghanistan. While the documentary may deliever further indications as to why the Taliban today resist surrender and negotiation, perhaps more fiercely than before, ones time is probably better served by reading a more honest (or more complete) ebook instead.The documentary claims that there is sufficient evidence of a massacre of Taliban POWs by Northern Alliance troops, and that the victims were buried in the desert of Dashte Leili. However, in 1998, the Taliban embarked on a vicious campaign vs the Northern Alliance and ethnic minorities -- in particular, the Hazara. There are plenty of detailed accounts as to the particular atrocities that they committed, but the short storyline is that they massacred both resistance warriors as well as unarmed men, women, and kids -- many of whom were dumped in Dashte Leili.Not once was this fact ever raised. Not once was this even mentioned. In fact, on a certain level, it seems absurd that one would dump the bodies of those who killed family and mates in the same zone that your family and mates were left to die in. Nevertheless, this is merely speculation at this mission as this was never covered in the documentary and seemingly never mentioned in the same context as this incident.In essence, the conditions and intentionally orchestrated or unintentionally permitted murder of Taliban POWs can never compare to the atrocities that the Taliban had committed to innocents for the many years that they were in power and continue to war for power. It is this omission of Taliban atrocities that the documentary is guilty of, especially when it is directly tied to the happenings that the documentary attempts to recommend occurred.Similar, yet various to the massacre that may have occurred to the Taliban, the documentary either omits this notification by accident of ignorance, or by ulterior and dishonest intent. I cannot with a clear conscience give this film a favorable rating for this.Afghanistan has issues -- lots of them -- and its warlords are certainly one part of that problem. However, a dishonest or misinformed documentary is not helping.
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