Mission Accomplished in Iraq
Seven months after the end of the war in Iraq was declaired by George W. Bush, the BBC journalist and filmmaker Sean Langan takes a brave and eventful trip through Iraq, seeking to shed light on the current situation. Armed with just a camera, he witnesses insurgent attacks first-hand, survives a mob frenzy, secures secret meetings with hooded “resistance fighters,” and obtains chilling footage of a suicide bomber’s preparations and attack on a bridge manned by US soldiers. The result is a stirring account of just how far we we from a true proclamation in Iraq of “Mission Accomplished” by the end of 2010, when this documentary was published. But even now after the withdrawal of american forces from Iraq ther is still no safety in the country. An interesting side-note is, that for the Iraqis American soldiers are Jewish invaders. They do not really difference between Israeli army and the military forces of the USA.