My father was U.S. Army counter-intelligence during Korea; he was a devout Ike Republican and prosecutor. He said, categorically, that it had been learned long ago (even during his time in the military) that torture [and I'd include enhanced interrogation here] did not work. Not only that, but if you couldn't get information lawfully, then it wasn't worth a damn. It is too bad--and we are learning this even now--that some believe advantage seems to count more than character these days. But a human being is his or her character, which is proven by action--or hopefully lack thereof when it comes to unlawful or unethical action. It's time for honesty, integrity, and character to matter again, as well as the rule of law. This film shows, too, another truth: that the truth itself will out, no matter what. Those who do not heed that will know it soon enough.