Fascinating documentary. Kept me on the edge of my seat wondering what was going to happen next. The unique interview style used by Errol Morris proved particularly effective in this documentary. He shouts questions from an adjacent room while Macnamera responds to a camera located up close, creating a strange combination of emotional distance/detachment and intimacy. The score by Philip Glass added to the tension. As far as what Macnamera's views are/were, I don't have a clue -- he comes across equal parts brilliant and evasive. Perhaps not surprising that this mind-set helped get us into a quagmire in Vietnam.

I gave this movie a of 4 stars.
Ron Boothe