zero dark thirty torture scenes

11 years to the day after the Bush administration opened its notorious prison at Guantanamo Bay, Zero Dark Thirty opens nationwide. The filmmakers and distributors are evidently ignorant of the significance of the date -- a perfect indication of the carelessness and thoughtlessness of the film.
Understand this, from someone who had some involvement in our "enhanced interrogation" program. Torture does not work; it makes it harder to evaluate what detainees say, and more suspect. It is unnecessary, it is counterproductive, it is illegal, and it is immoral.
Some day not all that far in the future, a new kind of entertainment is going to be perfected that will either be the coolest video game ever, or the media equivalent of a lethal man-made super-virus.
"Zero Dark Thirty" is one of this year's most lauded films & a source of lightning rod controversy. Now critics question whether the film is pro-enhanced interrogation. Christopher Rosen, Editor of Huffington Post Entertainment, chats with Ahmed about why the film is stirring up a hoopla.
While the film doesn't make a specific case for the use of torture -- there are no lengthy speeches about the moral implication