The Imitation Game is a historical drama film released in 2014 depicting some key parts of the life of Alan Turing. I have not seen it but suppose I should.
|Benedict Cumberbatch||Alan Turing|
|Keira Knightley||Joan Clarke|
|Matthew Goode||Hugh Alexander|
|Rory Kinnear||Detective Robert Nock|
|Charles Dance||Commander Denniston|
|Mark Strong||Stewart Menzies|
|Allen Leech||John Cairncross|
|Matthew Beard||Peter Hilton|
|James Northcote||Jack Good|
|Tom Goodman-Hill||Sergeant Staehl|
|Steven Waddington||Superintendent Smith|
|Ilan Goodman||Keith Furman|
|Jack Tarlton||Charles Richards|
|Alex Lawther||young Alan Turing|
|Jack Bannon||Christopher Morcom|
|Tuppence Middleton||Helen Stewart|
|James G. Nunn||Sherbourne|
|Victioria Wicks||Dorothy Clarke|
I've found that the film industry often has an agenda other than presenting the whole truth. They want to sell their products and make themselves feel good like they're loyal little puppy dogs or big brave fearless social justice warriors because they support views that were radical or revolutionary half a century ago, but the cognitive blinders of weak and lazy minds don't permit them to see the injustices of today or how they are related to previous injustices and the details that they choose to ignore as they rewrite history to suit their own foolish, fickle purposes.
So go buy the stinking film, already. If you do happen to want to buy The Imitation Game, do it from here to support this website. Amazon helps us out when you buy from our links. Screw Amazon for selling hate.