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Definitely one of his lighter and simple work of his career, Clint Eastwood has directed one of the most exciting film of the year with his new film, Invictus. Starring the Academy Award winners Morgan Freeman as South African President Nelson Mandela and Matt Damon in Rugby Captain Francois Pienaar, Invictus is a film full of emotion, the magnetism and the Apocalypse. That critics and audiences can be fooled by believes that this is the biopic of Nelson Mandela, who is not. the x factor for usa Is the story of the early years of Nelson Mandela as President of the country culturally separated in South Africa in the 1990s. To unify his people, Mandela has used the country's love for Rugby to connect the black and the white. Their record has been less impressive, no one expects anything remarkable since the Springboks. Mandela taps captain, rally his team and advanced troops in the battle for the good of his country. Everything about Invictus works on so many levels of the environment based on the book by game enemy. The movie does come off as too pretentious or egotistical; Requires nothing from the viewer of an open mind and heart. Eastwood directs the film perfectly, to the time when you have to, never push the subject or put down our throats. Using all the skills that we have learned to love his early achievements in Million Dollar Baby, Mystic River, and letters from Iwo Jima. The use of light shows vulnerability of a personage, who live their soul or a score of Kyle Eastwood that offers so much zeal and finesse of a rugby match. Cinematographer Tom Stern hits another out of the Park, catch all the rage and fear of all the various elements of this intense period. Joel Cox and Gary Roach movie with just the right amount of friction and precision editing. Morgan Freeman as Mandela is a wonderful charmer, showing human behavior more hostile and quiet. Not necessarily the views of more characterization phagocytee movie this year as a focus of Freeman enters and exits of remission, but this is a huge performance worthy of an Oscar nomination. Matt Damon, showing as one of the best actors working today, not having enough character depth and ARC for the exploitation of the image. Damon's performance doesn't really go anywhere. It is a race with a great confessee emphasis, which guarantees the credit when credit is due. However, Damon does not require anything more than talking a little motivation and humility. Invictus, is one of the most beautiful images of the year, standing in the ranks of one of the best movies of this sport of ten years. This is the kind of movie that Oscar will probably be around and fall in love. I agree. ****/****. . .