Jodie Foster and Benedict Cumberbatch lawyers in the Kevin McDonald’s habeas corpus case based on the long-standing Guantanamo Bay prison memoir starring Tahir Rahim.
Queen MacDonald’s The Mauritania features delicate non – fiction, based on Old Slahi’s best-selling memoir Guantanamo Diary, based on the U.S. He was sentenced to 14 years in prison at the naval base and was convicted without committing any crime. McDonald’s is an exceptional documentary maker (Touching the Void) with more asymmetrical track records in detail (perhaps the last king of Scotland was the strongest of them all), and surprisingly flat despite this legal systemic stellar power and impressive central performance. An unforgettable well-thought-out treatment of a dark chapter in American justice, a flaw in a methodology and a serious attitude.
STX Movie Release George W. Not only does it prove that the Bush administration has explicitly endorsed investigative methods for human rights abuses – the most shameful legacy of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld – but the Obama administration has also stopped and failed to stop it. The point is, even if the film does not address the congressional limitations that hinder Obama’s commitment to stop Gitmo.
Rory Haynes and Sohrab Nashirbani, who starred in the story written by journalist Michael Broner MB Train on the Amazon / BBC Crime Series Informer, who compared it to him, as the screenplay began with a festive wedding ceremony in a tent on a beach in Mauritania. Just two months after the November 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Mohammed returned to Germany to study electronic engineering. Mohammed’s mother (Baya Belal) looks very upset when local police ask American officials to go with them for questioning. Although his son promised to return soon, he was sure he would never see her again.
With the exception of the suspicious act of deleting his cell phone contacts, the evidence against Slahi is mostly relevant – basically a phone call and the transfer of money to his cousin, the al-Qaeda operative. Slehir’s own trips to Afghanistan to join the jihadists were in the early days of the controversy when the goal was to overthrow the US-backed Najibullah Communist government (this was not made clear in the next statement).
Slehi is going to Gitmo. Three years later, the word patronage in the German media revealed that he was one of the main organizers of 9/11, especially the man suspected of hiring the aviator. Although no official allegations have been made, the allegations were prompted by the testimony of a Yemeni jihadist who spent a night in a Slahi apartment in Germany.
It was created in such a way as to justify his innocence, while the filmmakers paused before taking a definite stand on Mohammed Door’s involvement in the 9/11 storyline. However, Nancy Hollander (Jodi Foster), a partner in a law firm called Albuquerque in New Mexico, decided to take on the pro-bono job of her passion corpus case in response to Nancy Hollander’s decision. His colleagues oppose this, but the U.S. government found that Trial 00 in Guantanamo held prisoners upstairs, taking his junior colleague Terry Duncan (Shaileen Woodley) with him for an interview without trial.
At the same time, the United States is concerned about the backlog of the 9/11 investigation that required clearing. In the first case, the administration appointed Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Couch (Benedict Cumberbatch) to lead the charge against Sleh, which required the death penalty. Photographs and documents linking him to several major terrorist suspects prompted an officer to observe: “This man is Al Qaeda, Forest Gump.”
The main statement was that the U.S. crude response to the 9/11 tragedy provoked a legitimate hunger for justice and violated the acceptable standards of due process. However, all of these have both defense and prosecution through inadequate flyers or articles that appear to be real shadowless characters to the prisoner in Muhammad’s trial scene.
Despite Cumberbatch’s novelty, both Louisiana and Foster play a strong role in clarifying the turn of the slang. Public outrage from their involvement in the case did not give Woodley anything except the ridiculous, readily available counterpoint of Nancy’s rigorous professionalism until Terry became concerned. Due to the strategic source close to the bed, the depth of Zachary Levy’s character is also shallow.
The U.S. is investigating. The privacy move has largely stalled, leaving no files or heavily reprinted versions out for long. The stagnation is not particularly dramatic.
The main interest came from the flashback interrogation scenes, first by civilian investigators using Mohammed’s well-polished tactics and later by the army removing the goat’s gloves. As violence and scenes expose sleep and food, physical and mental abuse, sexual humiliation, and the obvious threat to the captive mother, the image cannot be imagined. While these scenes are punitive, they should come as no surprise to anyone who follows the editorial coverage of Rumsfeld’s explicit “special projects”. Perhaps the saddest thing is that Sleehi survived the non-stop day of treatment.
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Unlike Camp X-Reiki, the 2014 fictional drama depicts the confusion between Kristen Stewart’s young Guantanamo Bay guard and Payman Modi, a long-time prisoner of war since the secession of Iran’s Oscar winner, giving the Mauritanian a compelling humanitarian focus. It has nothing to do with it. . It would be amazing to see the clinical isolation of a film in which Rahim (Jack Adiard and Asghar Farhadi’s protagonist is previously memorable) created a completely dimensional character. This guy has a kind of sad poem, especially when he comes to communicate with a comrade, in some scenes behind a French national who gets stuck in the gym.
However, in these moments, the screenplay becomes a psychological thread after Mohammed’s mother leaves incorrectly at the beginning of the film. Despite the tragedy of justice, his presence in the court entourage ends with a video, but Mohammed’s test is more effective than playing Foster, Cumberbatch, or Woodley. Composer Tom Hodge scores hard for not feeling boring writing.
Photographer Alvin H. Contrary to the freedom of naval officers to navigate the Kechler coast, the detention center effectively captured the claustrophobic atmosphere inside the detention center. However, most of the running moments of this film come in the footage of the original sleh in the final credits, which shows a strong attitude that many people are torn. These clips indicate that McDonald’s was able to apply his considerable skills as a documentary to this subject with great efficiency.
Production companies are STX Films Production Company, 30 West Production Company, Topic Studios Production Company, Shadowplay Feature Production Company, Sunnymark Production Company and Wonder Street Production Company.
Distributor: STX Films
Cast: Jodi Foster, Tahar Rahim, Shaileen Woodley, Benedict Cumberbach, Zachary Levy, Samar Usmani, Boya Belal
Director: Kevin McDonald
Screenwriter: MB Based on the Guntanamo Diary by Travan, Rory Haynes, Sohrab Nasirwani, Mohammad Woold Slahi
Producers: Adam Auckland, Leah Clark, Benedict Cumberbatch, Lloyd Levine, Beatrice Levine, Mark Holder, Christine Holder, Bronven, Prestwood Smith, Michael Broner
Executive Producer Hey Micah Green Executive Producer, Daniel Steinman Executive Producer, Dan Fredkin Executive Producer, Michael Bloom Executive Producer, Maria Zuckerman Executive Producer, Ryan Heller Executive Producer, Jack Kilberg Executive Producer, Russell Hall Producer Executive Producer, Rose Garnet Executive Producer, Robert Symonds Executive Producer, Adam Fogel Executive Producer
Photography Director: Alvin H. Crush
Production Designer: Michael Carlin
Costume Designer: Alexander Byrne
Music: Tom Hodge
Editor: Justin Wright
Cast: Nina Gold
R rated 129 minutes