story by: Chuck Vinch
photo courtesy of: Jonathan Olley / Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.
video courtesy of: YouTube
No matter where you stand on the political spectrum on the use of torture in the war on terrorism, it’s hard to imagine anyone exposed to a graphic waterboarding not being changed by the experience, at least a little.
“Zero Dark Thirty” provides such an experience — recent American history that is rough, raw, unflinching and tough to stomach.
First, though, the pump must be primed. And so we get audio (no image, just black screen) of calls from inside the Twin Towers on 9/11, staking a visceral claim on our nerves.
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