It’s Sunday again, so it’s time for my ROW80 update, especially considering I completely forgot to write a small post on Wednesday.
First things first: My writing is suffering. Once again I have not written any short stories in a week. All my writing was academic (3 assignments) plus a few updates for this blog like the anticipated review of The Imitation Game.
At this point I’m considering changing my goals for ROW80, as there is still over a month to go. My new aim is to write 3 short stories per week. That’ll definitely remove some pressure.
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When you turn a true story into a movie, you need a cast capable of portraying remarkable, real people with all their flaws. The first thing you’ll notice about The Imitation Game, is how outrageously good the cast is and how well they work together.
Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock, Hawking, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) stars as computing pioneer Alan Turing, who, along with a small team, had the ultra-secret task to break the German Enigma code during Word War II. He portrays Turing as a socially awkward genius who had to lead a secret life not only because of his top-secret work – the reveal of which would have carried the death sentence for treason – but also because he was homosexual at a time when this was still a criminal offence.
Continue reading Tasteful biopic of a truly remarkable man: The Imitation Game