A trio of suicides and a Supreme Court ruling have put the U.S. run detention center at Guantanamo Bay back in the headlines. Also focusing attention on the camp is the new film
The Road to Guantanamo
(opening July 7 at Landmark's Ken Cinema). The film uses interviews and re-enactments to chronicle what happened to a trio of young British Muslims that were arrested in Afghanistan and spent more than two years at Guantanamo. KPBS film critic Beth Accomando has this report.
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