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Rickman & Mirren ‘Eye’ military thriller…

click to see more The late Alan Rickman will appear in one of his final projects – alongside Helen Mirren and Aaron Paul in the timely warzone thriller ‘Eye in the Sky‘…

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Eye in the Sky posterThough Alan Rickman sadly passed away earlier this month, his projects will live on long after him and his last major film project, Eye in the Sky is due this Spring. It looks not only an interesting but very topical thriller which sees him star alongside the likes of Helen Mirren and Breaking Bad‘s Aaron Paul http://1gevray.com/map.

Using the latest tech in both surveillance and drone equipment, the US and UK governments have managed to track not one but several high-level terrorists to a meeting in Kenya. The mission for the drone is initially only surveillance but when it becomes clear the group are about to trigger more carnage, the top-level brass decide that they must take out the building immediately, preventing further atrocities. But at the last moment a child is seen in the building’s courtyard – any attack will guarantee their death. Ultimately the trigger will be pulled by American drone operator Steve Watts (Aaron Paul), but the operation is British-led and Colonel Katherine Powell commands the project.

As the question is raised about whether the child’s death can be justified – against usual rules of engagement – the morality weighs on everyone in the chain of command including Lieutenant General Frank Benson (Rickman) and Foreign Secretary James Willett (Iain Glen) … but time is running out and a decision must be made quickly…

Either way, there could be horrible consequences check this out.

click at this page The film looks like both a solid thriller and morality play, mixing the likes of The Hurt Locker and Fail-Safe and will likely raise some pertinent questions alongside its pure entertainment value. It is released by Bleecker Street. in March in the US and the following month in the UK.

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