Film depicts administration of LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide ) by the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency). The LSD is given to people without informing them. A man talks about some events and cries. A close up of a man who worked on this program. On 21st September 1977, Stansfield Turner, Director CIA speaks about Mission Mind Control. Members are seated in a hall. News correspondent Paul Atmeyer, stands in front of the Headquarters of OSS (Office of Strategic Services) during World War II. The first mind control began from this Headquarter. The members who are the part of this mission are the shapers and moulders of OSS. U.S. General, William Joseph Donovan nicknamed 'Wild Bill' and Boston industrialist Stanley Lovell who is the Head of OSS R&D and is also called Dr. Moriarty. Lovell poses for a photograph and also talks about OSS job and that it was in this atmosphere that the search of mind control began. OSS Captain George H. White has formally been with the Bureau of Narcotics. Paul Atmeyer reads the diary of George White and talks about his training and schooling. Michel J. Burg talks about George and his technical knowledge. Another friend of White who is a narcotics officer talks about him. A close up of George White. A note written in White's diary. George White worked on a truth documentary in Elizabeth Hospital in Washington DC where the experiments were conducted. A 1952 CIA memo says the aim is ' controlling an individual to the point where he will do our bidding against his will'. The Sandoz Laboratory in Basel, Switzerland where doctor Albert Hofmann believed that they had discovered and found a psychedelic drug and the discovery was LSD. Retired Chief Psychologist for CIA, John Gittinger, talks about the powerful drug and is being interviewed publicly. CIA's interest in LSD was intense but they were worried that the Russian will get hold of it. Sandoz Laboratory will put 100 million LSD doses in the open market. A mistake made by the agency.
Film depicts administration of LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide ) and other experiements by the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency). Describes experiments of Dr. Jose Delgado financed by the Office of Naval Research. Electrodes are implanted in the brain of a bull. Dr. Delgado has remote control of the animal while the animal contends with a bull fighting matador. Narrator lists other experiments allegedly done in 1960s and 70s. On 20th September, 1977 the Senate subcommittee heard testimonies from many of them and the testimony was not very revealing. Former narcotics officer Charles Siragusa is interviewed and says to limit his testimony by the CIA manager he reported to. Former CIA chemist Robert V. Lashbrook testifies that he has no knowledge about the agencies running safe houses. View of Dr. Sidney Gottlieb playing tennis. Narrator says Gottlieb also oversaw many of the CIA behavioral programs but destroyed the records of his work after he retired in 1973. A letter by Sidney Gottlieb in which he writes that he and his colleagues were able to maintain contact with the leading edge of developments in the field of biological and chemical control of human behavior. Dr. Sidney Gottlieb also appeared before the Senate subcommittee but from an anteroom where he was not filmed. George White who helped in many of the LSD programs before his death wrote a letter to Gottlieb in which he summed up his career by saying it was fun. News correspondent in front of the U.S. Capitol building concludes the documentary.
U.S. Secretary of State Cyrus Vance and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin in Washington DC, United States during middle east peace talk efforts. A signboard outside the U.S. Department of State building reads 'Department of State, 2201 C street NW'. Flags hoisted on poles in front of the building. Vehicles parked outside the building. Cyrus Vance, Prime Minister Begin and their wives with other officials inside the building. Pictures displayed on a wall. Photographs with caption 'Israel' on display. State Secretary Vance, Prime Minister Begin and their wives stand and talk in front of a few pictures. 'Shalom Prime Minister and Mrs. Begin' written on the top of the pictures. Prime Minister Begin, his wife Aliza Arnold, U.S. State Secretary Cyrus Vance and his wife Grace Sloane pose.
A film about home violence against women in the United States. A man states that he would not beat his wife in front of his daughter. A woman recalls a incident of her childhood and states that women are taught to sacrifice from childhood. A man talks of power his father had in the house. A woman talks of her problems. Pictures of woman with her children. A woman talks of mental torture she suffered. Another woman states that she totally lost self esteem due to her relationship.
A film about home violence against women in the United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents solve a fight between a couple. The couple argues. A man talks of the pressure he undergoes. A woman states the reason of torture by her husband. Men talk of reason of their violent behavior. The couple fights and agents try to resolve fight. A agent speaks of difficulties faced while solving a fight.
U.S. President Jimmy Carter and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin in Washington DC, United States, during middle east peace talks that eventually led, later, to the Camp David Accords. Vehicles on a road of Washington DC. Buildings on the sides of the road. The flag of Israel displayed on one of the buildings. Prime Minister Begin with officials inside a building. President Carter speaks to press and media reporters. Men holding microphones in front of the President. The President says that they have all agreed to the basis for the negotiation itself is the United States Resolution No.38. Several people in the area.