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Category:Documentary |Director:Errol Morris |Rated:PG13 |Color:Color |Closed Captioned:Yes |Format: DVD 
SKU: D17438
Continuing his fascination with the most unlikely of documentary topics, filmmaker Errol Morris turns his camera on a quiet man who made dying his life's work. Self-taught capital punishment expert Fred Leuchter became the country's leading authority on designing "humane" killing methods, until his testimony denying the Holocaust in ... more
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Category:Documentary |Rated:R |Color:Color |Closed Captioned:Yes |Format: DVD   Widescreen
SKU: D30137
Acclaimed documentary filmmaker Errol Morris takes a detailed and unsparing look at the disturbing photographs showing Iraqi prisoners of war held at the Abu Ghraib prison during the U.S.-led war in Iraq. Analyzing both the content and context of the images, Morris includes candid interviews with some of the American soldiers involved ... more
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Category:Documentary |Rated:R |Color:Color |Closed Captioned:Yes |Format: DVD   DVD Widescreen
SKU: D84204
The strange "Case of the Manacled Mormon" is the focus of this Errol Morris documentary that takes an irreverent look at the unlikely saga of a former beauty queen from North Carolina who, in 1977, allegedly kidnapped a one-time boyfriend, a missionary, at gunpoint in England and attempted to demolish his most cherished beliefs by way ... more
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Category:Documentary |Rated:PG13 |Color:Color |Closed Captioned:Yes |Format: DVD   Widescreen
SKU: D40966
Having previously solicited insights about "The Fog of War" from Vietnam War architect Robert MacNamara, documentary filmmaker Errol Morris here sits down with Donald Rumsfeld--defense secretary to President George W. Bush--to seek greater clarity about the 2003 invasion of Iraq. The result is a portrait of the controversial Rumsfeld ... more
Regularly $24.99