A documentary based on security camera footage from a prison in Guantanamo. This encounter between a team of Canadian intelligence agents and a child detainee in Guantanamo has never before been seen. Based on seven hours of video footage recently declassified by the Canadian courts this documentary delves into the unfolding high-stakes game of cat and mouse between captor and captive over a four day period. Maintaining the surveillance camera style this film analyzes the political, legal and scientific aspects of a forced dialogue.
Luc Cote has been directing and producing films since the age of fourteen. For the past 35 years, he has traveled extensively around the world, making social documentaries. In the early eighties, he founded his first production company in New York, On Track Video. In 1986, he joined Robbie Hart in Montreal and launched Adobe Productions.
Rainmakers (1999), Growing Up on the Streets (2000), Cirque for Life (2003), Operation Homecoming (2005), Operation Retour (2005), You Don’t Like the Truth – 4 Days Inside Guantanamo (2010, co-director Patricio Henriquez)
Patricio Henriquez worked as a director for Chilean television before moving to Montreal in 1974 after the overthrow of the Salvador Allende government. Between 1981 and 1993 worked for television in Quebec, where he made numerous international reports. In 1996, he co-founded the production company Macumba International. Henriquez has won over 60 awards around the world.
The Last Stand of Salvador Allende (1998), Images of a Dictatorship (2004), To Disobey (2005), Under the Hood, a Voyage Into the World of Torture (2008), You Don’t Like the Truth – 4 Days Inside Guantanamo (2010, co-director Luc Cote)