While an important issue and well covered, I think the filmmakers might have resorted to the effect they so lambast against in the documentary: shock and awe. It's a constant barrage of graphic images that leaves me wondering if I might say anything after being greeted by such a graphic display to my senses.
Nevertheless, it will give me plenty to think about for days to come.
Interesting, effective doc. Gibney kept it fairly neutral, but you still can't help wanting to kick some of the ignorant US interrogators in the backs of THEIR knees. As appaling as it is to hear about / watch, I have to say that I'm fascinated by the fact that "invasion of personal space by a female" is an interrogation method. Cultural differences are truly fascinating.