What did you learn from making a film digitally?
"Fascinating, because of all these digital sources I found on the Internet. You know there was a site on the Internet called LEGOfest that illustrated the whole incident with LEGOs, the whole murder and killing with LEGOs. I said, 'My God, this is so bizarre.' And of course I couldn't use it because of copyright problems."
Was there specific footage that soldiers shot on camcorders over there, as in the film, that you used as reference?
"No no no, we made all that stuff up. But the soldiers are really bored over there most of the time and they are walking around with video cameras, and you see this stuff in their postings and sometimes they're put together and used in documentaries. You can't use real stuff unless you get the rights."
Is it hard to get the rights?
"Yes, it is difficult. The girl ranting about what should happen to these guys, that's an actual Blog that I dramatized and we bought the rights to. It's Wild Bill, that's his blog. That's one thing we were actually able to get the rights to."