Tonight we went to the Clyde Theatre to see No End in Sight. This is an extremely powerful and, ultimately, depressing movie. The movie details the planning, or rather the lack of planning, that went into the occupation of Iraq by the United States. The movie points out some of the serious mistakes that are made. The reasons for these mistakes are unexplained, and one leaves the theatre with a sense of despair over any possible way to extricate ourselves from this mess.
The movie should generate considerable discussion at Rockhoppers -- this Saturday the local Move-On organization, Move-On Whidbey, is hosting a brunch at the coffeehouse to discuss this movie.
Movies on Whidbey Island.