[movies] Peter Bradshaw reviews Errol Morris’s documentary Standard Operating Procedure: ‘The Abu Ghraib scandal was a product of the digital age: ordinary roll-film cameras or Polaroids might have been too conspicuous, there would be no facilities for development, and any resulting prints might have been confiscated or lost. But digital images, immediately accessible and so easily transferable and reproducible, and with ineradicable date and time stamps, were the captors’ undoing. Watching this film is the grimmest experience imaginable…’

Peter Bradshaw Reviews Standard Operating Procedure

This entry was posted on Friday, July 18th, 2008 at 10:27 am and is filed under Documentaries, Errol Morris, iraq, War.

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