The Trials of Henry Kissinger is a 2002 documentary by Eugene Jarecki based on the 2001 book with the same title by Christopher Hitchens looking at war crimes of the American diplomat, Henry Kissinger.
The documentary features the prominent voice of Scotish actor Brian Cox and a script written by Alex Gibney (Taxi to The Dark Side) who was heavily influenced by the work of Hitchens. In this film, one will hear a detailed account of Kissinger's' alleged war crimes in Vietnam, Bangladesh, Chile, Cyprus and East Timor.
A quote from the book:
[T]hose who willed the means and wished the ends are not absolved from guilt by the refusal of reality to match their schemes.
― Christopher Hitchens, The Trial of Henry Kissinger.