Maybe a docu-drama could have been better choice than all the way fiction. The second half is kind of unstable in terms of focusing on the importance of characters. It is not sure whether it should focus on solving the case or the character of Jake Gyllenhaal.
A typical American War-comedy, which I ended up comparing with Bollywood Hindi Black Comedies, which are quite intelligently humorous. Thus I felt a bit disconcerted with the beginning and assumed something huge is going to happen in the later half of the movie. Some characters are ingeniously funny. What makes this film a compelling watch is acting. Russian Ambassador Peter Bull steals the show in second half with his expressions and frw dialogues. Slim Pickens is bound to his inevitable…
Oh no! This is going in the list of rewatches. I guess I downloaded a terrible print with unsynced subs and that's what ruined my experience. Didn't expect it during one of the finest films acclaimed worldwide. Was hardly able to understand the importance of fast moving images in the beginning, in the middle and at the end. And couldn't interpret the essential meaning.
At least I could put up connections with random subs which used to appear 5 secs…