Errol Morris’ documentary on Donald Rumsfeld, a rare look at the “snowflakes” from the mind of the master (VIDEO)

In “The Unknown Known,” Academy Award-winning director, Errol Morris, gives us a sneak peak into his new documentary on Donald Rumsfeld.

Morris paints a captivating portrait of Rumsfeld, the larger-than-life figure who served as George W. Bush’s secretary of defense and as the foremost architect of the Iraq War.

In this unconventional interview, Morris asks Rumsfeld to explain his “snowflakes” – the enormous archive of memos he wrote spanning nearly fifty years in Congress, the White House, in business and twice in the Pentagon.

Rumsfeld isn’t here to give you a linear breakdown of his archives, but rather a rare glimpse into his mind and the way he views them.

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