In this extended interview, Poitras describes her goals, as well as the logistics and safety concerns with making My Country, My Country in an unstable Iraq.
Members of the Iraqi Islamic Party, including Dr. Riyadh, debated whether or not to boycott the election in protest of attacks on the Sunni city of Fallujah.
On election day morning in Baghdad, Dr. Riyadh's son asks him whether or not he is going to vote.
A Kurdish arms dealer meeting with an Australian security contractor to purchase weapons in Iraq.
Dr. Riyadh holds a press conference three months after the Abu Ghraib photos were made public.
Dr. Riyadh is an Iraqi medical doctor, a father of six and a Sunni political candidate. An outspoken critic of the U.S. occupation, he is equally passionate about the need to establish democracy in Iraq.
Dr. Riyadh visits the Abu Ghraib prison to evaluate the health of the prisoners.
Laura Poitras talks about the making of her Academy Award®-nominated film, My Country, My Country.