Drone Pilot Film At Venice Meant To Start Debate, Director Says
Ethan Hawke stars as a drone pilot near Las Vegas who has a mental breakdown while killing targets 7,000 miles away in “Good Kill”, a Venice Film Festival entry shown on Friday and meant to spark debate. Stating at the outset it is “based on actual events”, the film directed by New Zealand-born Andrew Niccol, whose 1997 alien contact movie “Gattaca” was nominated for an Oscar, takes place at a drone operations base in 2010.
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