Gitmo - Le nuove regole della guerra

by Erik Gandini Documentary Svezia 2006 75'

Gitmo, the film name taken from the abbreviation the US military refers to for the US Naval Station GuantÁ¡namo Bay, is the most recent documentary by prize-winning Erik Gandini, who went to Cuba with Tarik Saleh to find out about what is really happening there. Filmed in 2002 in the midst of the global war on terrorism launched by the U.S., the GuantÁ¡namo Bay detainment camp currently holds, pending trials and without legal representatives, 637 prisoners from 43 countries. The film directors were received by second lieutenant Moss who gave them a guided tour of the prison where everything seems to be in order. But the filmmakers' curiosity leads them to discover other things besides….

Director:

Erik Gandini

Country:

Svezia

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