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Body Of Lies tires to portray rather objective look into issues in
mid-east which are pain in the ass for the world last 50 years.
Although movie seems to be about individuals and retaliations among
them, it tells a separate yet powerful story in the background.
Every flip of the camera from some desert or some crowded Arabic street
to lush lifestyle going on in DC, we easily see the source of the
conflict. When it comes to bombings, killings no one seems to be
innocent. Even though the movie shows it a less dramatic way (Incirlik
blast), it wouldn't be surprise to me learn both sides using terrorist
attacks to entrench oneself.
Nice movie, a must watch for anyone interested in mid-east issues and
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Who Can You Trust?
Does trust go out the window in the time of war? It's the question the
audience may ponder during the course of this film where it seems that
even those on the same team aren't always working in each other's best
Leonard DiCaprio stars as Roger Farris, a CIA agent who is seeking to
capture a terrorist in Jordan. Farris is in constant contact with Ed
Hoffman (Russell Crowe), a US government official with no respect or
time for Farris' calls to work with Jordanian officials to solve their
After a mishap jeopardizes Farris lead, he teams up with Hani (Mark
Strong), a charismatic and enigmatic, Jordanian covert operations
What follows is the push and pull between the three men's methodology
on capturing the terrorist.
While "Body of Lies" is definitely a product of a post-911 world, it
does not feel like the numerous post-911 political thrillers such as
"Syriana" due to it's subtlety. It's more of spy thriller with a
cautionary tale on America's foreign relations mixed in.
One minor complaint is the pacing of the film. There are a few stops
and starts as Farris deals with the reality of the effectiveness of his
enemies. As he adjusts his plans it feels as if the story starts back
from the top.
But the performances are excellent from DiCaprio; who is the only actor
his age who could tackle this role with the any type credibility and
depth. Crowe and Strong, down to Golshifteh Farahani as Aisha, the
nurse DiCaprio is drawn to and especially Oscar Isaac who plays Bassam,
DiCaprio's go-to guy for information..