Director: Rick Rowley. Cast: Jeremy Scahill. 87 min. USA/Afghanistan/Iraq/Kenya/Somalia/Yemen. Documentary.
Investigative journalist pieces together several supposedly unrelated drone/missile attacks in the Middle East and Africa, and realizes they're all carried out by "JSOC" (Joint Special Operations Command), signifying the current administration's drastic policy change on how the US conducts wars: instead of sending troops on the ground, they merely perform limited covert operations without declaring war on the country. Like any documentary, not showing the other side of the argument somewhat affects the film's credibility; but the brilliant film-making makes it extremely hard to ignore the proposed facts. When it comes to war, Nobel Peace Prize-winning Obama is no saint.