(FILM) Director Michael Winterbottom works in a delightful profusion of genres, with sometimes less-than-delightful results, but his recent docudramas about the Middle East—In This World, about human smuggling, and now The Road to Guantánamo—are savage and brilliant. The Road to Guantánamo tells the story of the so-called "Tipton Three," British nationals who tried to go to a wedding in Pakistan but ended up imprisoned at Guantánamo Bay. The movie is a primer on torture that says more than any printed directive will ever communicate. (Uptown Cinemas, 511 Queen Anne Ave N, 285-1022.) ANNIE WAGNER