It’s a whistleblower true story that people should know about.
Keira Knightley is pretty solid here, and seemed like she really threw herself convincely into the role of Katharine Gun.
As a movie with a huge ensemble cast with limited screen times, a few others like Matt Smith and Ralph Feinnes manage to stand out with their strong performances.
I was able to appropriately feel the drama and the tension of this story, and I was quite hooked to see how it all plays out.
Needless to say, by the conclusion of the movie, it should give you some interesting food for thought.
As a movie based on a true story that I wasn’t familiar with, I was captivated by the plot turns and surprises that was shown in this.
If you already know the true story, the surprising plot turns just won’t be “surprising” at all, and kinda deflates those big reveals.
The movie is very very straightforward and not really Directed with too much style, which some might argue makes it feel dull.
Some people don’t like watching movies where the majority of it are just people talking to each other. Well this is one of those movies.
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