The time: 2003. The place: Baghdad. The mission: locate Weapons of Mass Destruction hidden by Saddam's regime. Chief Miller (Matt Damon) leads an elite Army team searching for WMD's ... instead they uncover a deadly conspiracy of murder and deception reaching all the way to the top. As Miller hunts through covert and faulty intelligence that either clears a rogue regime or escalates a war in an unstable region, he discovers that no-one can be trusted and the deadliest enemies are those who claim to be on his side.
I wonder if there is any truth in it
- Green Zone review by JD
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You rated this film: 4
The failure of the allied forces to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq has always struck me as hinting at the invasion to be a pathetic excuse if not a complete fabrication of the truth. The plot of this, shows a possibility that is too sickeningly possible. Damon is brilliant, Greengrass has an intense style which is superbly suitable for this film, and the filming is perfect. The only slight caveat is that the gore factor is about 7, I would have preferred a 5.