The controversial Oscar-nominated docu-drama “No End in Sight” by film director Charles Ferguson on the Iraq War will be posted in its entirety on YouTube starting Monday and running through Nov 5. You can view it for free. The film is a sharp critique of the war and the Bush handling of the war. Ferguson is upset that the Iraq War has faded as an issue in the current election campaigns. He had to adjust his contract with the movie’s original distributors costing him some decent money. If you haven’t seen it, take a look for it tomorrow. The trailer can be found here. If anyone has seen it, and has opinions on this film, let me know (via the comments here).
Also, I hope to respond in a couple of days, to the posts by Anthony Smith on Emergent Village’s Blog and Brian McLaren on Sojourners’ blog concerning “Not-Voting” and the questions they raise regarding my post on “Not Voting” from earlier this summer.
Let’s pray for the good people of New Orleans and their struggles to survive the storms that potentially lie ahead.