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David Oyelowo's MI5/Guantanamo Bay thriller Complicit, which centers on the moral dilemmas posed by the war on terror, as an MI5 agent (played by Oyelowo) becomes involved in the torture of a suspected terrorist to prevent an attack in the UK, aired on Channel 4 (in the UK) last night, Sunday February 17th at 9pm. Needless to say, I didn't watch it, because I live in the USA, not the UK. Although I did inquire about the possibility of the film being broadcast on American TV, and the exact response I got, verbatim, was: "Hopefully soon... we'll let you know." It was previously stated that, after the film's premiere in the UK, a worldwide theatrical release would follow; so many of us not in the UK might actually get to see it in a theatrical setting, assuming those plans are still in play. Thus far, I haven't read »


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