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Check out the lineup of new movies and shows streaming on Netflix this month, including Enola Holmes. See the full list. The psychological methods of interrogation are the same, amicable in the beginning and brutal in the end; but there is no evidence that the students are terrorists. Must security and safety of the State come at the price of freedom? This movie was quite a profound piece of work. It involved a very unique process of film making in which the same screenplay was used to tell two different stories.

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The problem is not just that this kind of melodramatic moral equivalency is silly and specious. Dissent, terrorism -- what's the difference, really? The most tendentious point in ''Strip Search'' is Glenn Close. As a federal investigator intent on wringing a confession from the Muslim suspect, the slithering star of ''Fatal Attraction'' is a hundred times more menacing and scary than any bullying Chinese military interrogator. One glimpse of Ms. Close in action ''But who am I, just a lowly cog in a rusting wheel,'' she whispers silkily, ''ignored, unappreciated'' , and viewers can only conclude that even without air-conditioning or habeas corpus, a suspect is much better off in Communist China. The crudity of the film's message is surprising given its pedigree -- it was directed by Sidney Lumet ''Serpico,'' ''The Verdict'' and written by Tom Fontana, the creator and executive producer of ''Oz,'' the HBO series set in a prison.

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I f you live in London, you may have seen Maggie Gyllenhaal of late, but chances are you may not have recognised her. She is adorning bus stops and billboards across the capital in the poster for Secretary, a well-received American independent movie that was released in cinemas last year, and is now making an appearance on DVD. In the film she plays a masochistic young woman called Lee; on the poster, Lee is pictured bent over, in short skirt, seamed stockings and high heels, the words 'Assume the position' stamped across her elevated backside. I guess this is what marketing men call 'in your face' advertising.