Drones. Good Kill started but failed the discussion; now this film has elevated it to a cinematic masterpiece. Narrating a single fictitious drone strike in Kenya but based on real concepts and moral dilemmas, this is a taut "thriller" about people sitting at tables and talking (hard to believe?), and the vast complexities of their enormously consequential decisions - making you hope there's always some very skilled and intelligent people calling the shots. When the movie was over, I sat in the dark thinking: do as Spock once said, the needs of the many, truly outweigh the needs of the few?
PS: Alan Rickman, we genuinely miss you.