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Michael Cole over 1 year ago
Why can't we just trust one another?
Kakra over 7 years ago
Nathan Sampo 8 years ago
Set in the middle east, Leo tries to single handedly infiltrate al qaeda.
Caleb Pereira 1 month ago
Don Lathrop 10 months ago
Andrew Dennison over 4 years ago
Kieran Lyne over 4 years ago
Robb Enci over 4 years ago
Peyman Asadi 5 years ago
Eric Cone over 5 years ago
Jad Haddad over 5 years ago
Keri almost 6 years ago
Jeremy almost 6 years ago
Boris De Decker almost 6 years ago
Marco van der Vlag almost 6 years ago
Ariel Flesler 6 years ago
Carlos 6 years ago
Abriel Jenshus over 6 years ago
Body of Lies is a 2008 American spy film directed by Ridley Scott. Set in the Middle East, it follows the attempts of the CIA and Jordanian Intelligence to catch "al-Saleem", a fictional jihadist terrorist. Frustrated by their target's elusiveness, differences in their approaches strain relations between a CIA operative, his superior, and the head of Jordanian Intelligence. William Monahan's screenplay, based on the novel of the same name by David Ignatius, examines contemporary tension between Western and Arab societies and the comparative effectiveness of technological and human counter-intelligence methods. The film was shot largely on location in the United States and Morocco, after authorities in Dubai refused permission to film there because of the script's political themes. The film's photography sought to emphasize the contrast between the gold & dust of the desert and Arab cities, and the blue & gray of bureaucracy and Washington. Accordingly, they used natural light wherever...
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