Uncovered: The War On Iraq is an incisive 2004 documentary that explores how the Bush administration may have distorted intelligence reports. The film sets out to prove that the narrative about Saddam Hussein possessing weapons of mass destruction and collaborating with Osama Bin Laden is patently false. Filmmaker Robert Greenwald presents a series of interviews with government officials including military personnel, ambassadors, CIA analysts and weapons inspectors. These different viewpoints provide a chilling counterpoint to the formal press statements from the Bush administration's formal press statements from Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Produced in the year following the American invasion, the film accuses the White House of misleading the American public. The decidedly strong point of view from a very high level of personnel, like the U.N's Dr. Hans Blix and former Ambassador Joseph Wilson provides strong and early evidence on a point-by-point basis that eventually would be revealed on a wider basis.