The Imitation Game Review

I saw The Imitation Game last week and was totally absorbed. It is quite shocking when you realise that Turin was only pardoned for his homosexuality in 2003 by the Queen, yet he saved us from starvation and the Nazis. The film is BASED on the true story and it says this pretty plainly at the start. I think the little additions that are made to the biography are acceptable enough to make a brilliant film that left me pondering about the justice system of Britain and lots of ‘what if’ questions. Go and watch it.

Flicks and Pieces

The Imitation Game is a beautiful film, beautifully acted. Director Morten Tyldum’s first English-language film is a tour de force of acting prowess, wrapped in a powerful story. It’s Oscar bait for sure, but deservedly so.

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