William Colby (shown below) was, from all accounts, a highly religious man and a devout Catholic -- but one who evidently could only see a stern and unloving god. This religious bent runs through everything from family to politics and spying, and what happens to Colby and our country under our then Republican leaders' reign is the kind of thing that will make you further understand why we need Wikileaks, together with all the Mannings and the Snowdens yet to come.
Phoenix Program in Vietnam.
First Run Features, opened theatrically two years ago this month, and though well-reviewed, disappeared rather quickly. Now that it's here on Netflix streaming, you've no excuse not to see it. (Note: Colby's movie also makes a fine double feature with Robert De Niro's directorial effort The Good Shepherd. Both films deal with similar themes -- one in documentary style, the other fictional.)