- 1h 59m
ENIGMA is an exciting tale of love, espionage, patriotism and betrayal set during World War II from acclaimed director Michael Apted (Enough), Oscar(r) - winning screenwriter Tom Stoppard (Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen: Shakespeare in Love, 1998) and produced by rock star Mick Jagger and "Saturday Night Live" creator Lorne Michaels. Still reeling from the devastating disappearance of his lover Claire, (Saffron Burrows - Time Code), brilliant code-breaker Tom Jericho, (Dougray Scott - Mission Impossible II), is summoned to Britain's top-secret intelligence campus. There, he faces his toughest assignment - cracking the Nazis' infamous ENIGMA code. With the help of Claire's roommate Hester, (Oscar(r) nominee Kate Winslet - Best Actress in a Leading Role: Titanic, 1997; Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Sense and Sensibility, 1995 and Iris, 2001), and with a ruthless secret agent, (Jeremy Northam - Gosford Park), in hot pursuit, the two must piece together the puzzle that links Claire's disappearance to U-boats closing in on Allied cargo ships and a mass grave in Poland.
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Common Sense Says
WWII drama has excellent performances; ok for 15+.
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Parents need to know that this movie has some sexual references and situations (brief nudity). Claire seduces just about every man she meets. There are some very tense scenes, including graphic images of slaughtered bodies in a mass grave.
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- Release Date:April 19, 2002
- Audio Format:Stereo
- Screen Pass Eligible:No
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