Did they think the film upheld or condemned torture? Some answered that it didn’t take a stand, just showed the facts. But many said they felt it upheld torture, that it portrayed it as essential to Osama Bin Laden’s capture. And what did they think of torture? While a couple people answered that they supported it outright, many said they didn’t think it was right, that America shouldn’t use torture. So how did they feel about liking a film that upholds something they would otherwise find deplorable?
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Wanting to hear from others in the audience, I asked people questions as they streamed out… What did they think of the film? Overwhelmingly, people answered positively… with smiles.
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