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U.N. Me

Synopsis

The world today is as dangerous as it has ever been, and the need for international confederations is greater than ever. Yet in many cases the United Nations has abdicated its responsibility to foster peace and freedom, instead allowing dictators, thugs, and tyrants to tie its hands and dominate its agenda. This is the subject of U.N. Me, a shocking feature-length documentary from MPI filmmaker Ami Horowitz. Working with a world-class production team, Horowitz uncovers how an organization created to ennoble mankind has enabled corruption and global chaos.Official Film Website

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U.N. Me damningly appraises the United Nations as an institution whose noble original mission has grown compromised by Kafkaesque bureaucracy, ineptitude, corruption and the influence of member nations protecting their own U.N. statute violations.”—Dennis Harvey, Variety

Credits

GENRE
Documentary feature
WRITERS/DIRECTORS
Ami Horowitz
Matthew Groff
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
Thor Halvorssen
ASSOCIATE PRODUCER
Andrew Herwitz
PRODUCERS
Ami Horowitz
Matthew Groff
TOTAL RUNNING TIME:
90 minutes

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Events

  • 4.16.13U.N. Me screens at the University of Alabama Birmingham.
  • 11.13.12Florida State University student organization 'Noles for Israel screens U.N. Me. The film will be shown in the FSU Film School's Mix A Theater at 7:00 p.m., located in University Center A of Doak Campbell Stadium. Click here for more information.
  • 7.31.12U.N. Me screens for legislators on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
  • 6.1.12U.N. Me screens at the Laemmle NoHo 7 theater in Los Angeles, CA. Click here for more information on showtimes.
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