Utopia in the heart

Letha 2022-04-22 07:01:32

The film itself has 3 and a half stars, but the 1 star just feels unreal, questioning how little human nature is left in the face of political wars (and there are people who actually think the director wants to cry), but in reality, if there is no such thing as a reflection on the injustice of the past To exaggerate and express the advantages of human nature is even a little too idealistic and optimistic to the so-called hypocritical songs or movies. They have been discussing and reflecting or playing a role in raising the lower limit of human nature. Human nature will follow the real world and become colder than it is now.

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

    From this film, we can see why the politics of the United Kingdom are not doing well, and the scene of a referendum on Brexit is brought about. Those who should bear the responsibility do not bear the responsibility. What is nice to say is to consider human rights, and what is not to be said is for their own position and to shirk their responsibilities. How can such a decision-making model fight terrorists? This is war, and this is not a game.

  • Melisa 2022-03-22 09:01:58

    Although it is really really beautiful, since Aaron Paul was reluctant to launch a bomb in order to save the little girl, the values ​​of the film began to fall into chaos. After watching it, there is always a feeling of hypocrisy. After all, few people in the film care about the "real" life and death of the little girl. What politicians care about is their personal interests and how to reasonably explain those seemingly just actions...

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?