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It started as photographs taken by soldiers of the abuse and torture prisoners were suffering in Abu Ghraib prison, and turned into a media frenzy full of scandal and cover-ups. One of the most notorious moments in recent U.S. military history is examined, through interviews with participants and dramatic reenactments of events.

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  • "It started as photographs taken by soldiers of the abuse and torture prisoners were suffering in Abu Ghraib prison, and turned into a media frenzy full of scandal and cover-ups. One of the most notorious moments in recent U.S. military history is examined, through interviews with participants and dramatic reenactments of events."@en
  • "Betrokken Amerikaanse soldaten vertellen over de gebeurtenissen in de Abu Ghraib-gevangenis in Bagdad, waar Iraakse gevangenen stelselmatig mishandeld en vernederd werden."
  • "Errol Morris examines the incidents of abuse and torture of suspected terrorists at the hands of U.S. forces at the Abu Ghraib prison."@en
  • "It started as photographs taken by soldiers of the abuse and torture prisoners were suffering in Abu Ghraib prison, and turned into a media frenzy full of scandal and cover-ups. One of the most notorious moments in recent U.S. military history."@en
  • "Examines the incidents of abuse and torture of suspected terrorists at the hands of U.S. forces at the Abu Ghraib prison."
  • "Is it possible for a photograph to change the world? Photographs taken by soldiers in Abu Ghraib prison changed the war in Iraq and changed Americas image of itself. Yet, a central mystery remains. Did the notorious Abu Ghraib photographs constitute evidence of systematic abuse by the American military, or were they documenting the aberrant behavior of a few bad apples? We set out to examine the context of these photographs. Why were they taken? What was happening outside the frame? We talked directly to the soldiers who took the photographs and who were in the photographs. Who are these people? What were they thinking? Over two years of investigation, we amassed a million and a half words of interview transcript, thousands of pages of unredacted reports, and hundreds of photographs. The story of Abu Ghraib is still shrouded in moral ambiguity, but it is clear what happened there. The Abu Ghraib photographs serve as both an expose and a coverup."@en
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  • "First revealed to the world through impromptu photographs taken by U.S. soldiers stationed within the facility, this documentary investigates the story and causes behind the Abu Ghraib prison scandal. Involving apparent wide-scale abuse and torture of prisoners, the photos forced attention on the decisions and actions that turned the once-notorious Iraqi prison into an even more notorious U.S.-run detainment center. One of the most dramatic moments in recent U.S. military history is examined through interviews with participants and dramatic reenactments."
  • "First revealed to the world through impromptu photographs taken by U.S. soldiers stationed within the facility, this documentary investigates the story and causes behind the Abu Ghraib prison scandal. Involving apparent wide-scale abuse and torture of prisoners, the photos forced attention on the decisions and actions that turned the once-notorious Iraqi prison into an even more notorious U.S.-run detainment center. One of the most dramatic moments in recent U.S. military history is examined through interviews with participants and dramatic reenactments."@en
  • "Investigates the context of the controversial photographs, made public in 2003, of the abuse by American soldiers of inmates of Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison. Insiders contribute."
  • "À l'automne 2003, la communauté internationale apprend que les détenus de la prison d'Abu Ghraib, en Irak, sont victimes de graves abus physiques, psychologiques et sexuels de la part des soldats américains en poste. Plus consternant encore, ce scandale est mis au jour par le biais de photographies des sévices, prises par les tortionnaires eux-mêmes. Le documentariste Errol Morris est allé à la rencontre des soldats condamnés pour leurs actions afin de reconstituer la chronique de ces terribles événements. [(c) Médiafilm]."

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  • "Documentary films."@en
  • "Film documentaire (Descripteur de forme)"
  • "Personal narratives"@en
  • "Nonfiction films."@en
  • "Video recordings for the hearing impaired."@en
  • "Feature films."@en

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  • "Procédures standard"
  • "Standard operating procedure [Standardni postopek] /"
  • "Standard Operating Procedure = arme de distorsion massive /"
  • "Standardni postopek"
  • "[Standardni postopek]"
  • "Arme de distorsion massive"
  • "Standard operating procedure"
  • "Standard operating procedure"@en
  • "Standard operating procedure /"