This film is about the vast, invisible world of government secrecy. By focusing on classified secrets, the government's ability to put information out of sight if it would harm national security, Secrecy explores the tensions between our safety as a nation, and our ability to function as a democracy.

Amidst the American hunger for instantaneous news and up-to-date "facts," this unflinching film uncovers the vast, invisible world of government secrecy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Nicki M (br) wrote: I really couldn't figure out what this movie was trying to be. I can't deny it is well made, but the main character has kind of an anger issue (despite that, I agreed with him on the things he was angry about) and wasn't especially likable. Olivia was an interesting character, but wow, that ending and what an old b* the mother was. Honestly I knew nothing going into this and I still don't know what message we were meant to take from it. Depressed. That's what it got me...

DG j (br) wrote: The plot starts out with Liam auditioning for a role in a toothpaste commercial. He is rejected after some initial questioning by the screeners because he is not considered "Asian" enough. This begins our glimpse into the casting decisions of Hollywood producers, who Liam believes heavily stereotype Asian American males to the point where it is difficult for them to land non-stereotypical roles. Liam then takes a city bus home from the audition since his car is towed away, and there, he meets Adelaide Bourbon (Hayden Panettiere), a young, beautiful, high school student. During the ride home, Liam discovers that Adelaide has been sketching a picture of him. The two begin to have a conversation and Adelaide sings Liam a song, whereupon they become quick friends. Liam feels guilt for becoming friends with such a young girl and Adelaide later asks Liam to go to the prom with her. He declines, and this serves as the basis for the many times that Liam feels guilty in having a budding friendship with such a young girl. His friend, Joe Silverman (Joel Moore) is one of the most vocal opponents of the "friendship", as Joe expresses his belief that no good can come out of what is developing between him and Adelaide. During a scene early in the movie, Liam expresses his frustration in the stereotyping of Asian males in Hollywood, since he himself is a struggling actor. Joe reminds Liam that it was Liam's decision to drop out of Columbia University to pursue a career in acting. In the "bar scene," as it is known, Joe challenges Liam to ask out a white woman at the bar. Liam rails against Joe and the woman at the bar, Georgia (Kathleen Lancaster), because she supposedly represents the superficiality and status-seeking of Hollywood and of white American women in general. Still, Liam is attracted to Georgia and has been in several W.G.W.A.G. (White Girls With Asian Guys) relationships before in Hollywood. Nonetheless, Liam takes Joe up on this bar bet and sits down next to Georgia. In a small period of time, he is able to charm Georgia, saying that her name represents Liam's "favorite Confederate state." The two sleep together, but Liam cries after his father calls him while the two are engaged in sexual intercourse, ostensibly because Liam, while able to sleep with the woman he chose, feels pangs of emptiness from not being connected to his culture, and instead, being lured into the image of success represented by women such as Georgia.

Max G (fr) wrote: Off to a bad start at the beginning, and the idea of a young girl with serious car phobia and later on being trapped in one with 4 trees blocking the car doors by a crazed slasher/hitchhiker does not work well enough to be "true horror". There could've been clever plotlines to go with the motivation behind all that madness in order to chill me, but it fails.

Ian C (it) wrote: The first and only time I had was seen this was the summer of 1987 at the cinema. It's pure wank but better than Superman III.

Larry C (mx) wrote: This movie last 2 hours 25 minutes and seems like 5 hours. You cannot speed through much because someone might speak or do something.

Victoria G (jp) wrote: this is very exciting!!

Peter B (ca) wrote: An exquisite noir that really shines from its incredibly well written script and smartly put together plot. Double Indemnity had me on the edge of my seat from start to finish.

Emmanuelle D (gb) wrote: Personne ne peut renier le jeu d'Isabelle Blais. Wow, s'en remettre autant....Disons que je le deconseille aux pudiques. Beaucoup de reflexions et de plans de cameras geniaux. Un peu long mais j'ai aime

Eduardo S (ru) wrote: A very thoughtful and touching movie, even sweeter if you are a fan.

Noname (ca) wrote: Paul Walker and Fishburne ,, 2 great actors in my opinion and the result is a quite decent action movie involing those 2. Story is about drug dealers , cops etc. the usually ingredients and the movie isnt something special in anyway just a ordinary action flick. I enjoyed it.

Maverick G (kr) wrote: A lifeless and predictable comedy that gives grants only a few chuckles thanks to Jim Carrey's like-ability and charm.

Eric T (fr) wrote: Best romantic comedy ever.

THGhost (es) wrote: Far superior to Les Visiteurs. Just Visiting is actually funny, and clever and sad at the same time.