Sean Langan’s documentary film Mission Accomplished is comprised primarily of Sean Langan’s travels through Iraq a few months after President Bush declared that the end of major combat operations had been reached.
Sean Langan includes footage of firefights and suicide bombers, as well as interviews with those who have taken up arms in an attempt to get the United States out of their country.
Armed with just a camera, Sean Langan witnesses insurgent attacks first-hand, survives a mob frenzy, secures secret meetings with hooded resistance fighters, and obtains chilling footage of a suicide bombers preparations and attack on a bridge manned by US soldiers.
The result is a stirring account of just how far we are from a true proclamation in Iraq of Mission Accomplished.
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