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Do You Sacrifice One For Many? Mirren's Latest Film Has No Easy Answers

In her new film Eye in the Sky, Helen Mirren plays a colonel overseeing a secret drone operation in Kenya. Mirren and director Gavin Hood say the audience is the jury in this courtroom drama of sorts.

Demonstrators in Chicago call for an end to gun violence and resignation of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Chicago police are under scrutiny following the release of a video showing the shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald by a Chicago police officer. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Chicago Crime Spikes As Police Avoid Becoming 'The Next Viral Video'

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Eyes Closed BadBadNotGood
Hedron BadBadNotGood
Breath and Start Blockhead
Thanks for Being Away Saxon Shore
Bar Clearing Good Times Saxon Shore

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Lesson Plan: Teach Students How To Rebuff Terrorist Recruiters

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Do You Sacrifice One For Many? Mirren's Latest Film Has No Easy Answers

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To Tell the Truth Yoko Kanno
Know Your Enemy Yoko Kanno

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5 Years After Japan Disasters, 'Temporary' Housing Is Feeling Permanent

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Ouroboros Mouse On The Keys
Double Bind Mouse On The Keys
Remind Me (Nujabes Tribute) Side Effekt

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Walking The Beat In Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood, Where A New Day Began Together

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There Are Many Ways To Say I Love You Fred Rogers
Main Street Electrical Parade (Shinichi Osawa Extended Mix) Shinichi Osawa
Flew David Goodrich
Now Go There David Goodrich
The Most Beautiful Thing I've Ever Seen Anna Laube
Bohemia Unwed Sailor
Friday I'm In Love (Orchestral Pop) Walt Ribeiro