Masterpiece Contemporary

Page Eight (6 Nov. 2011)

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An MI5 officer discovers a scandal that threatens the stability of the government, and in order to find the truth, he must put his life and career on the line.

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An MI5 officer discovers a scandal that threatens the stability of the government, and in order to find the truth, he must put his life and career on the line.

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Well made film, good acting and script.
16 March 2014 | by (France) – See all my reviews

The person who reviewed this film and gave it two stars because it is anti-American and anti=Israeli misses the point. This is a good film ,well made, with high class production values and great acting. I like good films. The Americans, Israelis, British, French, Chinese, Saudis, the list is very long, do very bad things. I would not trust any of them as far as I could throw their gold-plated bullet-proof Cadillac, but it's still a good film. Dr Strange love is pretty anti American, but it doesn't stop it being a great film (10 stars). I also rather object to having to write so much to get the review published, so I'll just waffle a bit 'till the ten lines are up - do they think people are incapable of writing a useful review in less than ten lines!- that should do it.


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