The Panama Deception

This Academy Award winner for Best Feature Documentary uncovers the real reasons for the internationally condemned attack on Panama in 1989 by U.S. forces, and reveals General Manuel Noriega's longstanding relationship with the CIA, the DEA, and George Bush, Sr. Utilizing devastating footage, expert commentary and eyewitness testimony, the film exposes a cover-up hauntingly relevant today, while network news clips and media critics contribute to a staggering analysis of media control and self-censorship used to deceive the American public.

Year: 1992
Genre: Documentaries, General Docos, Political Docos
Country: USA
Director: Barbara Trent
Starring: Elizabeth Montgomery, Narrated by
Duration: 91 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains war footage.
Location in store: Documentary (Political)



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