A great movie. This is a very good example of how to present a political thriller in an intelligent fashion, without the usual over-the-top effects and plots Hollywood so much likes. The language it uses (the storytelling conventions, if you wish) is mostly absent from films nowadays: the first scene is 30 seconds of white space, for example, a good amount of information is written, and a large part of the story consists of phone conversations, and yet it is quite entertaining and does not feel stilted. Highly recommended.
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