The Unknown Known, documentary, rated PG-13, Center for Contemporary Arts, 3 chiles
Coming out of The Unknown Known, Errol Morris’ documentary on former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, you are not likely to have changed your opinion of the man. To his supporters, he will come off as a no-nonsense, witty, unflappable sage. His detractors will see a smug, narcissistic sociopath to whom his architecture of the deaths of hundreds of thousands, and the devastation of America’s economy and prestige, are matters to be dismissed with a quip and a smirk. Would it have been better not to invade Iraq? A little grin: “Time will tell.”
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