Thoughts on the Eye in the Sky

I’m the uncle in question. The answers were yes, often, sometimes and mostly.

Misty Midwest Mossiness

I watched Eye in the Sky several weeks ago and made sure my dad also watched it.  We (my ad and I) had to wait to discuss the movie with my uncle, a retired Air Force Colonel, until had a chance to watch the movie.  If you have not watched this movie, I highly recommend it.

My questions to him included the micromanagement of the civilian government(s) during the operation; the incredible moral dilemma placed upon the drone pilot; the portrayal of the American government as being the ‘shoot first, ask questions later’ sort; and of course the excellent closing remarks made by the now deceased Alan Rickman to his civilian government overseer.

“Never tell a soldier that he does not know the cost of war.”

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  1. Yes, big moral dilemmas for the drone pilot, the people making the decisions and the audience. That’s why I liked the film. Dilemmas provoke tension for sure. I’m sure you all had a good discussion.

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