Daniel Ellsberg was a valued strategist inside the American government until he leaked the Pentagon Papers and exposed the lies of the Vietnam War. This thrilling documentary chronicles this momentous chapter in history and how Richard Nixon’s obsession over the case brought down his own government. —tiff.net
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Despite painting him as the perfect and definitive whistleblower the film escapes a sense of pandering by trying desperately hard to get to the bottom of what was going on during this incredibly tumultuous political and social time in the United States. It's really effectively put together and the film highlights a point in American and world history that many younger generations will not know about.
"Narrated by its whistle-blowing hero (and based in part on two of his books), The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the