Choice of different positions

Ray 2022-04-20 09:01:45

Start punching! :)

A great movie. Whether the few should be sacrificed for the majority, whether to focus on the small losses that are determined in the present or more likely to be large losses in the future, is always a controversial issue. How to build A set of protocols to push people to do their best to minimize harm and make the most balanced decision is the key.

However, I feel that this movie focuses more on depicting everyone in different positions, with different responsibilities and different purposes. How did they make their choices? As the poisonous sir said, those who make important decisions are the furthest away from the first battlefield, can you believe that they made the best choices? By the way, it feels a bit Slightly dark Britain....

This film is actually not complicated in plot, and there are not too many direct conflicts on the front line. It is completely constructed by switching between high-tech operations and command room scenes of different levels/characters. Thinking about it, it's almost a pure text (zui) drama (pao)! To be able to shoot so tightly, I admire the director and screenwriter so much. What

impressed me more is that the lieutenant insisted on doing another CDE, He choked the colonel hard. At this moment, his eyes were red, and it was because he felt that his actions were related to the life of a little girl, and he couldn't violate his own guidelines. This scene is very real

. The hula hoop, and the little girl's father's love and enlightenment to his daughter, and the contrast of the little girl dying in her father's arms at the end of the film, is like a needle pierced into the heart, it can't be pulled out, it is very uncomfortable. I

don't fully understand the lieutenant general What kind of image do you want to create, and the intention of buying a doll. Are you comparing two girls?

Finally, it's been a long time without girl's night! I miss it so much

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Extended Reading
  • Tavares 2022-03-23 09:02:05

    In a humanitarian film, halfway through the shooting, the bureaucrat kicked the ball and turned into a yes minister. How big is the shadow area of ​​the South African director's heart for the British bureaucracy. . . Grandpa Alan is going all the way.

  • Guiseppe 2021-12-19 08:01:08

    A typical "tram car problem" paradox: very superb group performance, the atmosphere is rendered in place, and the tension is very urgent. Anxiety is human instinct when everyone is doing "last thing" in an environment. Politicians consider political influence, and soldiers consider the gains and losses of actions. Operators can only obey orders.# American politicians are all “killing” British politicians are all “I can’t be responsible”#

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?