Four Days Inside Guantanamo is based on a seven hour video recording, declassified by the Canadian Supreme Court, of the meeting between a Canadian interrogation team and a child detained at the Guantanamo Bay prison. This is a remarkable and sometimes shocking film that deserves to be seen by anyone who cares about human rights.
“A haunting film about a young man unjustly imprisoned in some of the worlds toughest anti-terrorist facilities. The footage shows a 16 year old child Omar Khadr , a young Canadian-Muslim facing charges of war crimes from the U.S. and Canadian governments. Friends, family and officials give interviews, including interviews from torturers. Very graphic as it is a true story using CCTV footage. May upset some viewers.” – Alex, MediaFish
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