O.K. Lets start out by saying this film is perfectly done. Characters have emotional ties that are apparent without them saying very much. You get to see the way that terror is looked at from an overseas perspective as well. Given all of the Big Names involved in the Show and Oscars winners/Noms it's good to say that no one appeared to have a larger part in the film than others.
Great ensemble cast, I don't see any place in it for any leading nominations for cast, but I had a little problem with the pacing of the story and thought it should have been more rapid fire, but if it was done that way you would lose the great emotional reactions of the characters. I have to say it's one of those films that should start people talking that are looking for an excuse to Harp on abuse of power by the U.S.. The entire laughed out loud when a character exchange implies that "The U.S. Does NOT torture.".