We saw this film on Friday night. If you have a chance to see it -- distribution is fairly wide so you might have a chance -- I'd recommend it. People who read this blog likely know how the United States has organized its killing forces for secretive, permanent war all over the globe. Without being bloody, the films shows you a few of the people we are killing and the places where they were living.
The sound and music by David Harrington and the Kronos Quartet serve as emotional glue to war reporter Jeremy Scahill's narrative. It works.
Dirty Wars is also a book.
Scahill's work reminds me of this from George Orwell's report from his foray into soldiering:
It is hard to imagine where our current war is taking us, since it is designed to grind on without end.