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The Killing$ of Tony Blair

HD   15

Sanne van den Bergh, Daniel Turi & Greg Ward

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About the Film

This feature-length documentary examines the prime-ministerial career of Tony Blair and his business activities since leaving office - a role described as 'The Blair Rich Project'. Combining testimony from prominent observers, ambassadors and statesmen, with extensive archive footage, animation and illustrations from the award-winning political cartoonist Steve Bell, George Galloway sets out his argument that, despite good things that his government achieved, Tony Blair's actions since leaving office reveal that his overriding motivation may have always been a messianic pursuit of personal glory and financial reward. Featuring contributions from Stephen Fry, Rt. Hon. Clare Short, Peter Oborne, Lauren Booth, Seumas Milne, Rt. Hon. David Davis, Matthew Norman, Will Self, Francis Beckett, Craig Murray, Max Keiser, Richard Brooks, Noam Chomsky, Ken Livingstone and more.

Customer Reviews


A great film, about the psychotic and greedy nature of our previous PM.

I actually feel sick

I actually feel
Sick knowing this man has made millions from a war that no body wanted and knowing that the world has been sent into the Middle Ages because of it with murder, terror and fear. Well done my Galloway

Poigiant reminder of our country's shady political underworld

George Galloway's finest hour to date. An intimate dissection of one of the worlds most dangerous war criminals still at large.
Tony Blairs rapid descent into madness is accurately and honestly portrayed and the end result is nothing less than spine chilling.
A must watch.