Movie: The Imitation Game – a smart and compassionate film and one of the year’s best.

As Great Britain struggled against Germany in The Second World War and its citizens steeled themselves for the next bombing raid on London, there were a group of mathematicians and engineers trying to decipher the code that the Germans were using to communicate on land and sea.  This code was nicknamed “Enigma” and it presented a real challenge, for built into the code were ever-changing patterns of letter substitution.  It was considered unbreakable.

Read Rev. Bruce Batchelor-Glader’s four halo review of The Imitation Game, nominated for eight Oscars Including best picture.