I was surprised. I enjoyed it even more than I expected. Plenty of surprises keeping you on your
toes. And these brief little changes in plans. As always, Richard Jenkins was great in his role; with all his quirks and little peeks into his own humanity. Steven Rubisci was totally despicapable. Just seeing him would make me want to go wash my hands. Probably the only part I didn't feel good about, was heroine simply disapearing. Her "transformation" towards the end was a real shocker.
I picked this movie b'cuz the reviews said it was pretty realistic. AND it was. Sum of it was
pretty disgusting. It wasn't made by Disney. Dominic Cooper did a helluva job. As his duo roles developed, it got realer and much more intense. I could feel his feelings as Latif. Uday was a study of pschosis. No impulse control, and no remorse. That is the definition of pschotic. Dominic really brought him to life. He was scary. He scared me every time he waved his gold plated pistol around. Thought: was that a pistol, or a *****? I would strongly reccomend this for anyone w/ a strong stomach, for a realistic look inside that regime. Saddam's part was also well played. Minimaly. Few words. Just expression.
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