Every soldier and civilian who goes home has a heavy heart. . .

Elsa 2022-04-19 09:02:08

A film that is thinking, maybe it's a rebuttal, but it's great. Several young soldiers in the control room saw the girl's red eyes being injured. They were so moved that they attacked again. They cried. The parents hugged the girl and wanted to save her. They were moved. The armed forces (I don't know if terrorists) saved them. . Alan Rickman's legacy. He plays a high-ranking officer who goes to the store to buy things like an ordinary person, and when someone accuses him of being ruthless, he tells the other party that he has experienced five suicide attacks on the battlefield. . .
The girl eventually died. . .
Every soldier and civilian who goes home has a heavy heart. . .

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Extended Reading
  • Shaun 2021-12-19 08:01:08

    It's really exciting. In just 102 minutes, the audience has been immersed in different perspectives to examine a daily event that may actually happen in those areas every day. Controversies of different interests, complex political struggles were successfully completed by Helen Mirren led by a group of actors. The atmosphere in the first half is rendered first-rate, and in the end, it really breathes with tension. Fanfen is also handsome and beautiful in uniform, RIP Rickman.

  • Tracy 2022-03-22 09:01:58

    The rhythm is tight, and it was originally a moral discussion with no absolute answer, but the slow motion at the end that highlights the death of the little girl and the fun makes the author's position completely moral and hypocritical.

Eye in the Sky quotes

  • Angela Northman: In my opinion, that was disgraceful. And all done from the safety of your chair.

    Lt. General Frank Benson: I have attended the immediate aftermath of five suicide bombings, on the ground, with the bodies. What you witnessed today, with your coffee and your biscuits, is terrible. But what these men would have done would have been even more terrible.

  • [last lines]

    Lieutenant Colonel Ed Walsh: You did well. Both of you.

    Steve Watts: Thank you... Sir.

    Lieutenant Colonel Ed Walsh: Now you go home. Get some rest. I need you both back here in 12 hours... Okay?