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Taxi to the Dark Side

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Taxi to the Dark Side exposes the haunting details of the USA's torture and interrogation practices during the War in Afghanistan by focusing on the killing of an Afghan taxi driver named Dilawar, beaten to death by American soldiers while being held in extrajudicial detention.
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Kelly Vance
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April 28, 2011

Filmmaker Gibney, whose involvement with anti-establishment exposés could conceivably mark him for his own eventual rendition by the forces of freedom, carefully guides us up the chain of command to the policy level.
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Jennifer Merin
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May 26, 2009

A shocking expose about the American military's use of torture to get confessions--not always truthful ones--from prisoners suspected of terrorism. This is the kind of film that can make a difference!
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Bill Goodykoontz
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March 20, 2008

Taxi to the Dark Side is a stunning indictment of torture as policy, a brilliant documentary whose arguments are so well-supported and reasonably made that you can't ignore them.
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Robert Roten
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March 19, 2009

Nails the fact that murder, injuries, sexual abuse, humiliation and degradation of prisoners was covered up and condoned at the highest levels of the Bush Administration.
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Jonathan F. Richards
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March 08, 2008

Taxi to the Dark Side joins a growing list of outspoken documentaries that question the rationale and conduct of America's presence in Iraq and Afghanistan, and our willingness to destroy freedom in order to save it.
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Bob Mondello
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October 18, 2008

Certain to inspire both outrage and sorrow, Alex Gibney's harrowing documentary -- about the torture and abuse of suspected terrorists in U.S. military prisons -- ranks among recent cinema's more excoriating moral indictments.
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Philip Marchand
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February 22, 2008

The film certainly makes its case, tracing a chain of abuse from Bagram to the notorious Iraqi prison, Abu Ghraib, to the cells of Guantanamo.
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David Denby
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March 17, 2008

Along with No End in Sight, this movie is one of the essential documentaries of the ongoing war.
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Nick Rogers
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October 22, 2010

Consciously depressing, draining and damning. A dizzying, disorienting tone befits indictments against vulgarly abused power, and Gibney avoids judging soldiers already punished in accordance with a system of blame shamefully traveling down, never up.
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Jeffrey Chen
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November 14, 2008

A comprehensive movie, an everything-you-wanted-to-know-but-were-afraid-to-ask film, engaging, paced well, informative, and professionally polished.
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J. R. Jones
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August 29, 2011

Like the Iraq war documentary No End in Sight, this movie about the U.S. military's systematic torture of terror suspects is a triumph not of reporting but of synthesis.
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Gerald Peary
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April 23, 2009

[An] assiduously investigated, brilliantly argued documentary.
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