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[OPIRG-EVENTS] National Film Institute: "The Trials of Henry Kissinger"- 3 showings this wknd

U.S.A./U.K. 2002 80 min. Director: Eugene Jarecki

Sat./sam. June 21 juin, 19:00
Sat./sam. June 21 juin, 21:00
Sun./dim. June 22 juin, 21:15

395, rue Wellington Street
National Archives Auditorium
Archives nationales du canada

All tickets, memberships and festival passes can only
be purchased at box-office
(Box-office opens half hour before screening time)

Tickets can only be purchased on day of screening;
they cannot be purchased in 

$ 6.00
Members, seniors, 
children 15 and under / Membres, age d'or et enfant de
moins de 15 ans

$ 9.00
Non-member / 
Grand public

Annual Membership / Carte annuelle de membre

Donor Membership 
Includes membership and a $ 15.00 charitable donation
tax receipt./ Ceci inclut tous les privilèges des
membres, ainsi qu'un reçu de charité de $ 15.00 (pour
déduction d'impôt

Stephen Holden, The New York Times 

“An indispensable primer on U.S. foreign policy,
especially during wartime.” 
Jessica Winter, Village Voice 

“Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac.” 
Henry Kissinger

Henry Kissinger, war criminal. Such is the explosive
thesis of this riveting and very timely documentary,
based on the controversial book by firebrand
journalist Christopher Hitchens. Produced for the BBC,
the film makes the case that, applying the same legal
standards to which the likes of Pinochet and Milosevic
have been held, Henry Kissinger, 1973 Nobel Peace
Prize winner and former U.S. Secretary of State,
should be tried for a litany of crimes against
humanity. The damning indictments unfold via an array
of fascinating interviews, recently declassified
documents, and often-astonishing archival material. “A
chilling history lesson in realpolitik . . .
Documentarians could go to school on the film’s
clarity of exposition and editing” (Variety). 

Please read Iraq Peace Team reports at www.nowar-paix.ca

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--John Mitchell, US Attorney General 1969-1972, as quoted in the New Jersey Sierra Club's Newsletter, Sierra Activist, Vol. 3, No. 9 (October 1997).

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