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Plot: It was a typical morning in London when a powerful bomb exploded in the heart of the city. After the smoke cleared, sole surviving terrorist cell member Farroukh Erdogan (Denis Moschitto) was quickly taken into custody. As preparations for his trial begin, however, the government's plan to use… Runtime: 96 min Release Date: 28 Aug 2013
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Intense, suspenseful but most importantly of all, it leaves you thinking. (by among-the-wildflowers)
After seeing this film you'll find even the low ratings it's received on IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes to be strangely suspicious. It just leaves you questioning all of the things you really need to be question right now, especially with the current trial of the recent Boston Bombings. The whole movie actually holds an eerie resemblance to the whole case and does put certain ideas out there. Which is exactly where they need to be. Out here, with us, in the public. But in the end it's JUST movie, right? I see it as more of a message. It was brilliant and exactly what the world needs <more>
right now. Not only was the message perfect, but the movie was suspenseful and intense and so far the reviews don't seem to match up to the movie I saw... What's going on here, did we actually see the same movie!? I guess perception is what determines that one.
Sizzling drama for thinkers - This is not an action film (by jasontheterrible)
This is not an action film, thus the bad reviews, and box office, but it is one of the best spy thrillers I have seen. As a fan of the Bourne films and books, I know a good spy film, and this is one of them that should not be missed. Just forget about action and enjoy the story. We know this kind of mistake happens all the time when countries engage in information gathering and counter-intelligence. People make bad decisions. But this is not a left or right wing propaganda movie, just a good pot-boiler that is very plausible. The acting is top notch and the direction is flawlessly done for <more>
maximum impact and edge-of-your-seat plot twists. There is also a good climax and ending. Yes, I wish they had used real film because I do not like the dull outdoor greys and blues of video production. I also had to overlook some story problems such as when the female attorney bests a trained agent attacking her. However, that aside I was totally engaged the entire way. Despite always having trouble understanding British accents, it all works.
Super SCRIPT. Superb ACTING. Credible story and thought provoking events. (by peterkettle-904-444717)
Closed Circuit is a Working Title movie made with great style, good acting and a proper script. No computer special effects needed, no spectacular exploding buildings; simply another example of Stephen Knight at work, and it's up there with Locke. 'A high-profile terrorism case unexpectedly binds together two ex-lovers on the defense team - testing the limits of their loyalties and placing their lives in jeopardy. Director John Crowley does an excellent unpretentious job illuminating this very good plot and script. Eric Bana, new to me, and Rebecca Hall, are convincingly good as the <more>
one time lovers. Jim Broadbent, Kenneth Cranham, Ciaran Hinds, Anne-Marie Duff are all excellent. It illustrates how important is the SCRIPT! So many movies do not get this vital ingredient first and foremost. Without credible dialogue you're sunk, no matter who is in it. Rebecca Hall is her usual brilliant subtle self. Nobody in this largely overlooked film is less than very good.
Exposes how Nazis have run England since Winston Churchill . . . (by pixrox1)
. . . was replaced as Prime Minister by a tool of ruling class "neo-Nazis" immediately after Churchill won WWII. Like the previous movies GHOST WRITER and PAGE EIGHT, CLOSED CIRCUIT joins countless other recent Brit flicks in an effort to "preach to the choir" which already knows a government that had no qualms about assassinating Princess Diana just because she was on the verge of converting the royal family to Islam would, in the case of CLOSED CIRCUIT's plotting, not hesitate to rub out three or four terrorist suspect defense lawyers and an American deputy station <more>
chief for the New York Times in order to save the rich "muckety-mucks" a modicum of embarrassment over the latest screw-up perpetrated against the suffering masses 120 dead in this case; thousands wounded by their security establishment. There are few Watergates in England, because of MI5's Reign of Terror, in which potential Bob Woodwards and Carl Bernsteins are quietly tossed from rooftops as "suicides," or injected with air-bubble "heart attacks," or have fatal car accidents when their brake lines are snipped, or die during "random street muggings." The CLOSED CIRCUIT cameras are tracking British dissidents every step of their lives--EXCEPT when they meet their doom. As far as we know, MI5 does not like to make "snuff film" documentation of their efforts to protect England's ruling class. No wonder 300 million Americans including Dennis Rodman are more likely to visit Iran, Syria, or North Korea than to set foot in the lawless land known as England.
What is freedom? Warning - may contain spoilers (by sync76)
What is freedom? Is is the feeling that we can do everything we want? Whilst keeping everyone, including self, happy? Yes. Whilst living in wilderness. But if living among other people, we have to make compromises. We don't get to choose.This film, with its good and bads, manages to depict the compromises of democracy in the western world in a rather bold way.Could MI5 have done better? Maybe. But they certainly killed people they shouldn't have, just to keep it all contained. Was that a good thing? Or bad? How bad? What is MI5 after-all, if not a specialized, high precision killing <more>
machine?Shall we dispose of it because it failed this time? Shall we dispose of the justice system because it has also failed? Then what?These are questions which inevitably arise during and particularly after watching this kind of movies, and Closed Circuit does a good job at rising them. Unfortunately, most don't take this thought process any further than "it's a government conspiracy!" Most fail to recognize that the instruments and tools that help run a country have both advantages and disadvantages. Everything from running a secret service and a justice system to, say, running a transport system has great advantages, for which we promoted such instruments, and some rather nasty risks. Accidents happen, mistakes are made and systems get better. Most times.But the feeling of injustice still remains utterly burning inside!Funny enough though, when we have a car accident and get hurt we never blame the government for... building motorways. And, despite driving a car being a relatively simple task, a lot more people die from traffic accidents than from MI5 blunders. But, somehow, it doesn't feel so unfair.Perhaps our lack of acceptance that some things are better kept hidden enhances the overwhelming feeling of injustice every time the Crown Court fails to resolve a highly intricate ethical dilemma...And all of this from watching Closed Circuit! Not bad.
Aargh beautifully shot go see it now! (by Kathrynyellow)
SPOILERS Saw this today and let me tell you I simply loved it. Although one could say it took a while to get into to the swing of things, when it got going it was worth the little wait. I found that the trailer I viewed before watching the film did not do it justice. Two defence /lawyers/ who previously had an affair are put on the same case, investigating a suicide bombing in a market in London. As their investigation deepens they come to realise they are being 'managed', constantly watched by CCTV everywhere they go. It's the classic 'trust no one' feature that kicks off <more>
the excitement. The closer the pair venture to the truth the more danger they face. Things I loved about this film: It took its time, we weren't plunged into action yet we weren't directly told that it was THIS affair that split up martins marriage and lead to shared custody of his son...hints are dropped so that the audience can wake up their brains to come round to the idea and be ready to work out what was coming next. How it was shot! Whenever I go to the cinema I always analyse why the director chose that angle and what effect it has on the feel of the scene. In Closed Circuit we went from your normal wide shots of Martin rowing on the river or London's bustling city, to close shots, out of focus shots that got across the claustrophobic feel to the movie, the fact that they cannot make a move without THEM seeing. I also loved the fact that I guessed the ending, Devlin being in mi5 but that I didn't know how it would end. I also originally thought maybe the dude looking after the defendants son was actually the guilty guy and had swapped identities with the defendant because you gotta admit they looked pretty similar. The fact that the more well known actors seemed content with their supporting roles letting two amazing leads who are less well known have their much deserved lime light. Things I didn't particularly favour: SPOILER Did Julia stiles really need to die? She was doing so well as her small journalist-who- loves-to-run-in-the-rain role. It was a shame to see her go but I guess she served no future purpose. The fact that anyone with a blonde bob like that bad lady's would automatically be under my radar as suspicious so WAKE UP MARTIN! How someone who knows now that she is being tracked and probably wanted dead leaves on her bloody headphones during her journey home so Martin can't get through on her phone to warn her. It just felt a tad cliché. Other than a few hates which your bound to have with something you truly love, this is such an awesome movie. The best bit being how real this could potentially be and how it speaks volumes about the current justice system in the UK. Go watch it now!
It was a bit difficult getting up the motivation to do a write up for this one, as it does not inspire. But it is very believable, with a realistic feel in script and action. Both sharp and taut throughout, this is meant to be more intellectually stimulating than adrenaline releasing. A movie that makes you think. I found the tone and atmosphere, at least in part, to be comparable to Roman Polanski's recent effort in The Ghost Writer. There seems to be a resurgence in recent years in both the practice of and appreciation for the well honed tension that Hitchcock was famous for. This has <more>
some of that. It seems that making what most would call a good movie was not the aim here, as much as having something to say, and wanting it said well. Which it was. What was said bothers you a bit, after.If you combined elements of the legal drama in Syriana, the syntax of a big brother government in Enemy of the State, along with the perfect pace and proper tension in The Ghost Writer, you'll have an idea of the movie. Perhaps that's what he was aiming at. It isn't as good as any of those films. But definitely worth seeing if you want something more cerebral. Without giving anything away, it seems they were very clever in an almost feigned attempt at a happy ending. A bit of psychological warfare I think. You'll have to see it to know what I'm talking about. Much too lite for such a serious threat. But then, that was probably the intention. It kind of helps drive it home and makes it stick to you. Some complained about it being too short. I do want my money's worth, but I don't think the time affected the quality of the movie.http://fullgrownministry.wordpress.com/2013/07/29/no-anxious-thought/
This movie should cast a dubious eye on those patriots who always believe all that our governments tell us.It is very encouraging that this movie even got made.Viewers have come a long way from the 70's and earlier when the rah-rah fawning sycophant factor was a much greater percentage of the public than it is now.We've got a long way to go,but it looks like were are catching on.Hooray.Go see this one.It points out what we are up against.The acting is quite good;especially Bana and Broadbent.The closed circuit TV's are an interesting analogy to explain the understandable paranoia <more>
of the people in charge.They should be paranoid.If enough people figure out what's really going on;all the cameras in the world won't save them.
Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what your country is doing in secret; then, again, you may not want to know (by inkblot11)
Martin Eric Bana is out rowing on the Thames when he gets a call. An attorney, he has just been asked to defend a Middle Eastern terrorist accused of masterminding a truck bomb that killed 120 people in the heart of London. Most unfortunately, the previous defense attorney has committed suicide. Its a very sticky case, obviously, and working with Martin will be a special court advocate for the defendant, too, Claudia Rebecca Hall . Ah, but here's the rub. Martin and Claudia were an item some years ago and if the Attorney General Jim Broadbent knew of this, it would be the end of <more>
Martin's and Claudia's careers, for they have both sworn in court that there is nothing in their pasts which would compromise the case. Curiously, at the funeral of the deceased attorney, Martin gets a calling card from the New York Times, to which he does not respond. All too soon, things get even stickier. Claudia comes back to her office to find that secret service has entered in with a duplicate key, assigning an agent to her case, as he tells her. She promptly has the locks changed. Then, in the course of interviewing his client, Martin soon discovers that everything is not as it seems. The man's name might not even be his, along with other, more serious falsehoods. How can Martin be expected to defend a man who might be a fall guy for the British secret service? Will he and Claudia's lives be at risk as they dig for the truth? As I sat down to watch this film, a trailer for another one came on the screen: The Fifth Estate. It deals with, it seems, the case of Julian Assange. What a harbinger for the doings in Closed Circuit! This is because the movie's theme is, even in an open democracy, our governments cannot disclose every secret thing. National Security, the top officials proclaim, must be protected, even to the point of covering up tragic mistakes or ill-conceived operatives. Naturally, the prevalence of hidden cameras everywhere will aid the government in its actions. If anyone gets in the way of this "protection", there will be sacrificial lambs. As the chosen "sheep", Bana and Hall are truly great, while Broadbent, Ciaran Hinds, Julia Stiles, and all of the supporting cast are equally fine. Especially spooky is Anne-Marie Duff as a senior government agent The London setting is glorious, as its beauty is self evident, and the use of shots from the closed circuits are mixed in well. Costumes and photography are stunning, too, while the script and marvelous tantilizers. With its weighty matters being able to be defended and condemned at the same time, tongues will wag after any showing. So, get it on the conversation and see it soon.