Last night, I watch the documentary The Man Nobody Knew about former CIA Director William Colby. The film was directed by his son, Carl, and covers his life as a member of the clandestine services - first, OSS, and later, the CIA. It’s a very interesting look at his service and the toll it took on himself and his family, as he wrestled with the issues involved in secrecy, particularly during his years as CIA Director when the Agency was being investigated by Congress. A good film looking at intelligence issues from a personal angle with interviews from many influential policy makers. It’s currently available on Netflix, and you can learn more about the film here.
Kyle Smith, NYPost on Sarah Palin film “The Undefeated”