Depressing, as I expected a documentary about Abu Ghraib to be. I didn't follow it closely, so the details were lately news to me. Fascinating and sad, although I wish I got a better impression of how much of these people's behavior was evil, how much was innocence ("being thrown under a bus"), how much was just the ugly truth about war (notable because it was documented and reported rather than because it was unusually awful), and how much was due to failures (rather than evil) on the part of their bosses.

Morris did a fairly good job of making clear that these people are all telling the best story they can for sympathy and forgiveness, but he knows the players, the facts, and much more of the nuance than I do, so I would have liked to benefit from his perspective more. The featurettes helped with this a bit.