Official Secrets


Biography / Drama / Romance / Thriller / War

IMDb Rating 7.3 10 7,989


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December 8, 2019



Matt Smith as Mark
Matthew Goode as Ben Calder
Ralph Fiennes as Norman Darbyshire
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990.34 MB
23.976 fps
112 min
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1.75 GB
23.976 fps
112 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jeremy-dent-627-314416 9 / 10 / 10

Understated but edge-of-the-seat stuff

Beautifully-crafted production with great performances from the cast. It seems pointless regurgitating the plot because it is factual and well-known and, despite any real surprises, the director keeps the tension going. It just shows you can craft thoroughly enjoyable films taking the high moral ground without the ridiculous violence and coy sexuality of most Hollywood offerings. The core of the film is the ethical question of whether state employees act for the people or the government and the latter's privileged cronies and backers. Catherine Gun calls this into question and, despite the UK Government rephrasing the Official Secrets Act, she triumphs because of the duplicity of the then UK Prime Minister, Tony Blair, and the obvious willingness of the USA to prosecute a patently illegal war with Iraq whatever the United Nations votes or does. The door to neo-liberalism creaks open a bit but then we all know what is behind it.

Reviewed by smilegel 9 / 10 / 10

Everyone should watch it

Forget the great acting and all that. Watch it for the story as this is not an isolated incident and things like that happen every year again and again. Knowing what to believe and who NOT to believe and check the fact is of a great importance for everyone, and this film touches on this vital subject. 10/10 for a political thriller. If you are into dolls, harry potter and cartoons, it may not be your cup of tea so judge accordingly!

Reviewed by eamonn-19 9 / 10 / 10

Must Watch Film

This film is a true story and shows why we must never accept the spin that Presidents and Prime Ministers tell us to justify their actions. In 2019 we need to be more careful what we believe what our governments tell us.

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