Something that has always been of great interest to me is the handling of, and interaction with, secret and clandestine materials. Espionage films, therefore, are a perfect fit for me! People who are willing to subvert and corrupt their own selves, often at great personal or material risk, for what they believe to be a greater cause, or the well-being of place or ideal, suggest a conviction that, while not always ideal, is certainly interesting to see the motivation behind it. Of course, when these convictions are turned upon the institutions that foster them, such as in this film, the integrity, the true value, of those ideals are really put to the test - is it worth attacking the very institutions that are designed to foster your ideals in pursuit of those ideals? Sometimes, however, in order to save the ideals, the institution needs the attack. And so, throughout the course of this film, the forces of British intelligence go to war over what represents the best way to save Britain, and how far one must go to save an ideal, which in this case, just so happens to be a nation.
wow this social anxiety has never been like this before
all my friends here are just so witty
and there I am, with just a stupid look on my face, can barely get out “derp derp”
when was I supposed to learn how to keep up a simple conversation? and how the hell am I supposed to learn now?
“Within the first six months of 2011, the federal government deported parents of U.S. citizens, leaving 5,100 CHILDREN in foster care…Furthermore, the Warren Institute on Law and Social Policy at the University of California-Berkley found that over half the people deported through the Secure Communities program have either no criminal convictions or exclusively minor offenses, like traffic infractions” - Solidaridad, Witness for Peace
REBLOG IF YOU ARE READY FOR CHANGE!” —http://witnessforpeace.org/article.php?id=1213