OwenGleiberman's Review of The Unknown Known

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In The Unknown Known, Rumsfeld prattles on, quoting from the thousands of ''memos'' he churned out like notes to be stuck in fortune cookies during his tenure in Washington. The memos are stray thoughts, directives, and random bits of Rumsfeldiana; the film's message seems to be that in corrupt governments, words are used not to communicate but as a kind of fascist confetti. Yet to take the playfully convoluted, semi-nonsensical aggression of Rumsfeld's language and make it the whole point of a movie is to fall into the trap of mistaking the spin for the story... See Full Review
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Okfor ages12+