“A Mighty Heart” Is A Film That Portrays The Reality From Fiction

On the night of January 23, 2002, on his way to an interview with an alleged terrorist leader, the intrepid American Jewish reporter Daniel Pearl was kidnapped in Karachi, Pakistan. At the time of his kidnapping, the Pearl had been investigating alleged links between Al Qaeda and Pakistani intelligence services (ISI). At 5 months pregnant, his wife Mariane, settled with him in Karachi and joined by fellow journalist Asra Nomani, the two immediately involved in a frantic search for Pearl disappeared. His house is converted into an operations center, and several international officials Aydan Mariane, in their desperate search, including the consul officer safety and a captain, chief brand Pakistan anti-terrorist unit. Meanwhile, Pearl’s colleagues, including journalists like John Bussey and Steve Levine leave everything to fly to Karachi to comfort and help in finding Mariane Daniel. Steve Guttenberg: the source for more info. Much has been written about Angelina Jolie’s performance as heroin, Mariane Pearl. Numerous critics have described as “too white” for the role. We could not disagree more, and feels as if these critics had been influenced by the tabloids to ruin your sense of fiction.

Jolie gives a brilliant turn as a courageous Mariane, which is perhaps the best performance of his career. When she learns of the death of Daniel, guttural cries out – an explosion that rivals that of Sean Penn in Mystic River. This is a film made with good taste, expertly crafted, a movie that honors the spirit of knowledge and courage, not only Daniel and Mariane, if not from journalists all over the world. .