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Tina Fey portrays a nuanced character, a low level employee of a network news department who makes an impulsive career move and ends up as a war correspondent in Afghanistan. It probably wouldn't be without the amazing touch Fey puts on her character.
While it's not a war movie, it certainly captures the hopelessness of a culture doomed to perpetual war in the arm pit of the world.
Waking groggy in pitch darkness, Paul Conroy, an American truck driver working in Iraq in 2006, slowly realizes he is trapped inside a wooden coffin, buried alive.
With his cigarette lighter, he can see the trap he is in, and he quickly realizes that there's not enough air for him to live long.
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The camera angle immediately changes and the flask is then seen with the lid back on.
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Director Rodrigo Cortes keeps the drama entirely inside this average-sized coffin-like box but as anyone who watched Hitchcock play with space and tension in Rope and Lifeboat will know how inventive one has to be with limited room, Cortes used his skill to make this experiment work brilliantly with some interesting lighting effects to keep it visually interesting.
After watching this movie I was left physically trembling.
Several state a rank different than the rank indicated on their uniform. If I wasn't already a fan of Saturday Night Live's Tina Fey, I sure am now.