Kathryn Bigelow depicts post-9/11 history, in the suspenseful docudrama, Zero Dark Thirty. It’s a tale that implies torture as a successful way of fishing information, but that came from the almost desperate measures of America. Some scenes are dreadful—in their intensity—to watch, others cause palpitations. Yet at the heart of the journey to find Osama Bin Laden, is Jessica Chastain’s CIA analyst Maya, who as obsessed as she is determined to kill the guy. When she finally gets the SEAL team to go in for the kill, there’s a moment of relief that the unimaginable happened; and subsequent grief for lives lost to get there. A Kathryn Bigelow depicts post-9/11 history, in the suspenseful docudrama, Zero Dark Thirty. It’s a tale that implies torture as a successful way of fishing information, but that came from the almost desperate measures of America. Some scenes are dreadful—in their intensity—to watch, others cause palpitations. Yet at the heart of the journey to find Osama Bin Laden, is Jessica Chastain’s CIA analyst Maya, who as obsessed as she is determined to kill the guy. When she finally gets the SEAL team to go in for the kill, there’s a moment of relief that the unimaginable happened; and subsequent grief for lives lost to get there. A Kathryn Bigelow depicts post-9/11 history, in the suspenseful docudrama, Zero Dark Thirty. It’s a tale that implies torture as a successful way of fishing information, but that came from the almost desperate measures of America. Some scenes are dreadful—in their intensity—to watch, others cause palpitations. Yet at the heart of the journey to find Osama Bin Laden, is Jessica Chastain’s CIA analyst Maya, who as obsessed as she is determined to kill the guy. When she finally gets the SEAL team to go in for the kill, there’s a moment of relief that the unimaginable happened; and subsequent grief for lives lost to get there. A

Kathryn Bigelow depicts post-9/11 history, in the suspenseful docudrama, Zero Dark Thirty. It’s a tale that implies torture as a successful way of fishing information, but that came from the almost desperate measures of America. Some scenes are dreadful—in their intensity—to watch, others cause palpitations. Yet at the heart of the journey to find Osama Bin Laden, is Jessica Chastain’s CIA analyst Maya, who as obsessed as she is determined to kill the guy. When she finally gets the SEAL team to go in for the kill, there’s a moment of relief that the unimaginable happened; and subsequent grief for lives lost to get there. A

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