IKLAND, from directors David Hilbert (at right) and Cevin D. Soling (below) can be believed. TrustMovies thinks it can. The film, which had its theatrical debut earlier this year to good press notices, begins by taking us back to the time of Turnbull's (in)famous book and what is had to say, and then offers an interesting history of Uganda, which like so many African countries -- only worse -- has had more than its fair share of colonialism and power-mad, murderous, genocidal dictators.
IMDB, but Mr. Soling, a decade back, gave us the delightful pastiche/mockcumentary The War on the War on Drugs. If you haven't seen this one, too -- do.)