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Codebreaker

Codebreaker (2011)

Alan Turing is the genius British mathematician who was instrumental in breaking the German naval Enigma Code throughout World Warfare II, arguably saving thousands and thousands of lives.  Turing's achievements went unrecognised throughout his lifetime. As an alternat... View more

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Title Codebreaker

Original title Codebreaker

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Genres Documentary, Drama, Free Movies Online

Duration 62 min.

Status Released

Rating 6.4 of 7 votes

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Synopsis

Alan Turing is the genius British mathematician who was instrumental in breaking the German naval Enigma Code throughout World Warfare II, arguably saving thousands and thousands of lives.  Turing's achievements went unrecognised throughout his lifetime. As an alternative he ended up being handled as a typical felony, for being gay at a time when gay acts had been a criminal offense.  In 1952, he was convicted of 'gross indecency' with one other man and was pressured to bear so-called 'organo-therapy' - chemical castration.  Two years later, he killed himself with cyanide, aged simply 41. Alan Turing was pushed to a horrible despair and early loss of life by the nation he'd completed a lot to avoid wasting.

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Ed StoppardAlan Turing
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Henry GoodmanFranz Greenbaum
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Paul McGannHimself - Narrator (voice)
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Asa BriggsHimself - Codebreaker
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Jean ValentineHerself - WRNS and Bombe Operator
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David LeavittHimself - Alan Turing's Biographer
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Rolf NoskwithHimself - Codebreaker
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Dermot TuringHimself - Alan Turing's Nephew
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Christopher MorcomHimself - Christopher Morcom's Nephew (as Christopher Morcom QC)
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Ian StewartHimself - University of Warwick (as Professor Ian Stewart)