The Oil Factor: Behind the War on Terror Trailer

The Oil Factor: Behind the War on Terror Trailer (2005)

15 July 2005 Factual 93 mins

Examines the link between oil interests and current U.S. military interventions. It includes original footage shot over a four-month period in Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan as well as many interviews with a large array of personalities including Bush administration officials.

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Cast

Ed Asner

as Himself

Crew

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United States 15 July 2005

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