REVIEWSDVDNATIONAL BIRD

NATIONAL BIRD REVIEWED “National Bird” follows three US military veterans that became whistleblowers. They broke the truth about the drone program and its impact on those involved in the War on Terror. While a lot of what was discussed fell on deaf ears, it was an effort to hold the West responsible for their war crimes. But, does it matter? Wim Wendes and Errol Morris brought some weight to the matter, but Kennebeck goes pretty...
December 31, 20171 min

NATIONAL BIRD REVIEWED

“National Bird” follows three US military veterans that became whistleblowers. They broke the truth about the drone program and its impact on those involved in the War on Terror. While a lot of what was discussed fell on deaf ears, it was an effort to hold the West responsible for their war crimes. But, does it matter? Wim Wendes and Errol Morris brought some weight to the matter, but Kennebeck goes pretty light as a director. The documentary plays short, but I think it does the best with the material it shows. Oh well, depress yourself into the new Year.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Nothing

A/V STATS

  • 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
  • Dolby 5.1

RELEASE DATE: 12/12/17

  • 86%
    Video - 86%
  • 86%
    Audio - 86%
  • 90%
    Film Score - 90%
87%

The Plot Thus Far

The U.S. drone program is examined by Director Sonia Kennebeck, both through the harrowing experiences of those who live in foreign areas where drone surveillance and attacks take place, as well as through interviews with U.S. servicemen and servicewomen who actually control and monitor the drones.

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