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.