Imitation Game Movie Analysis

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Imitation Game is a decent movie to watch and have gotten a lot of awards. Through this film we can learn about a lot of things in particular Theories of International Relations framework. The film tells the story of a scientist about mathematics graduate of Cambridge which contributes to the State of the United Kingdom to win the World War II in a way that is unexpected. The contributions are done very inspiring because it managed to save 14 million people. The film is set during World War II which tells about the struggle of the University of Cambridge graduate mathematician named Alan Turing. Alan Turing was recruited by the secret intelligence service of the United Kingdom Government to break the code of sophisticated machine-made Germany named Enygma during World War II. Engyma engine is a machine that is used to translate the Nazi message so it is very difficult to solve. Alan Turing is contributing to Country United Kingdom by way of making a machine that he named Christopher to crack the code. The machine that he pulled out a very large fee so the Government threatens Alan Turing to immediately solve them and prove that the machine can function in quick time. United Kingdom Government cannot wait long because of the growing number of casualties in World War II. Alan Turing fighting against time as it is very valuable for millions of inhabitants. Alan Turing was a genius, but he has an arrogant, introverted, a loner, stuttering and unable to socialize from chill he
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