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People after seeing the film might think that the people extracting the information may have gone too extremes. But to save lives who wouldn't do the same.
An excellent film ,with some talented people in it. Some strong performences, and yet this is one of those films where not a mention is ever said at any award show.
The Dutch idealist is played by Ryan Phillippe (1974). He's best remembered as TV's first gay teen in "One Life to Live". Subsequently he's been in films like "Antitrust" (2001), "Crash" (2004), and "Flags of our Fathers". Phillippe does a good job but he has problems maintaining his accent.
The chief interrogator is Laurence Fishburne (1961). Fishburne may be best known as Dr. Ray Langston from the hit series "CSI", but it was his great performance as Ike Turner in "What's Love Got to do with it?" (1994) that propelled him to stardom, and an Academy Award nomination, and his role as Morpheus in the "Matrix" trilogy that brought him wide scale attention. Fact is, Fishburne has given us many excellent performances, from his early years (Mr. Clean in "Apocalypse Now", Bumpy Rhodes in "Cotton Club"). He does his usual intense job here, and his accent is great.
Fishburne is assisted by real life spouse Gina Torres (1969). You'll recognize her as the boss from "Suits" (2011) and for her role as the deadly Anna from "Alias" (2001-6) and as Zoe in "Firefly" (2002-3). She also does a great job.Read more ›
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It's already been said by many reviewers. A film with the most unexpected twists and turns, and, an unexpected ending, that many would not see coming!
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profound and very well played to the end. have added this to my collection alongside Darfur, the Constant Gardener, Babel, so very relevant unfortunately, to todays conflicts.Published 22 months ago by cheryl
The plot was mind-bottling. Fishburne was amazing, and the music created a special atmosphere in the film. I loved how the movie switched off between the past and present. Read morePublished on August 2, 2013 by markus
Tense subject in today's PC world, but good acting nonetheless -- not for everyone's stomach given the subject and methods.Published on June 11, 2013 by D. Dowds