“In keeping with his fine documentaries on Fox, Wal-Mart and the Koch brothers, Robert Greenwald now puts a face on U.S. drone policy. Unmanned is essential viewing if you want to understand what’s going on.” – Oliver Stone
“…Provides a solid overview of drone policy – it covers signature strikes, double-tap strikes and the very vague legal framework used to justify the policy.” – The Nation
UNMANNED: AMERICA’S DRONE WARS investigates the impact that U.S. drone strikes have across the globe. The film reveals the realities of drone warfare – the violation of international law, the loss of life, the far-reaching implications for the communities that live under drones, and the resulting blowback faced by the United States.
Director Robert Greenwald traveled to Pakistan and interviewed more than 30 victims, witnesses, psychiatrists, and Pakistani leaders. With exclusive footage of burial sites, the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan, Jirgas, and never-before-seen compelling interviews with experts, the investigative documentary makes an urgent case that drone strikes create more instability than peace.