The Whistleblower

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  1. Bone Up On “Oocytes” Read the Wikipedia entry on oocytes and their biological possibilities first, because the film functions as if the viewer already knows this and characters refer to oocytes over 50 times. As for the film, it’s a true-to-the-facts fourth-estate wrests justice from a powerful entity (in this case, science), as in the Presidency in “All The President’s Men” and the Catholic Church, in “Spotlight,” with all the heartbreak and shattering truth that implies. The pacing is quick…

  2. Engaging film. Caricatured people. Good vs Bad A researcher is portrayed as a villain with few redeeming qualities as he is investigated by a noble ever suffering reporter. This is an interesting film. The story strains to always create a good guy vs bad guy scenario as well as painting most of the highly successful company leaders as somewhat lacking in integrity. This perspective of mistrust of corporate leaders is not uncommon in a great many Korean films. . Yet some moments are quite contrived, and the main characters assistant is a bit…

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