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Rendition The movie explores the state of investigation where a suspected terrorist is captured unknowingly and flown to the countries that tolerate extreme interrogation that leads to torture. It examines the assorted characters that exist in an interrogative environment, some being well natured like Douglas Freeman and others inhuman. Also, it establishes how the CIA tries so hard to achieve high goals while undermining human right illicitly. Despite being a CIA caseworker, Douglas Freeman feels that the CIA is overstepping its mandate and still thinks he can act with honor. He goes to his boss to express discontent with the state of affairs, but Camille gives a cold shoulder and insists that whatever is being done is the way to go. This act demonstrates the existence of public servants who are committed to the right course of their mandate. Douglas represents the loyalty to patriotism when he speaks out on the unjust handling of a suspect.

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