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Though around them a criminal world seethes, Julie and Antonio are a young and loving couple with a new baby and a solid, white-collar sense of stability. But when a loose social connection suddenly ties them to a major political assassination, the two become innocents desperately trying to adapt to a world of murderous politicians and police that, moment to moment, threatens their lives.Written by
I was a practicing attorney for almost 50 years, so I got familiar with the workings of bureaucracy. This film, I found chillingly accurate and realistic in so many ways. Although conscious that i was watching fiction, I found myself getting quite involved in the female protagonist's effort to get to the British embassy with her infant. There was real palpable tension there. i found myself watching the film twice in rapid succession so as not to miss any nuances in the early exposition. many thrillers are not worth a second viewing. This film is worth the time and viewing effort of any person interested in learning how the world actually works.
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