Two nights ago I watched “No End in Sight,” a documentary film on the Iraq War in which I had posted its trailer here long ago. It was an outstanding film and a burning critique of the war in Iraq. It was nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary film in 2007. Here’s the wikipedia synopsis: “No End in Sight is a documentary film that focuses on alleged serious mistakes made by the Bush administration in the two year period following the invasion of Iraq in March 2003. The film portrays these errors as the cause of ensuing problems in Iraq, such as the rise of the insurgency, a lack of security and basic utilities for many Iraqis, sectarian violence and, at one point, the risk of complete civil war.” See the trailer here.