Have you watched the movie "the Immitation Game"?
if yes ..what are your thoughts about it...
Indeed I have; I thought it portrayed the cracking of enigma by the scholarly team led by the somewhat pecular and Asperger's Syndrome-like Alan Turing, of Bletchley, quite authentically. Although I wasn't alive during the time period it seemed to be quite a significantly authentic portrayal. Indeed it was an interesting movie and important part of history... The focus of the cracking of the code in Hut 3 always has led me to ask my college students, what is half of (hut) 8? Is it (Hut) 3?
you got it ...it was my new favorite movie now...I mean the historical content of the story and the social issue it tackled are very significant...I wish he was honored what he deserved when he was still alive?
I watched it. I thought that it was a very good portrayal of the story although I think they took a few liberties on their retelling of the story to make it more easy to understand.
I saw the film over the winter, trying to get ready for the awards. As usual, the contenders kept it serious.
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