Well at first I was like "omg USA get a grip on human rights" but then I remembered that we got Donald which a thing or two. Also I remembered that I am not even from the US. Anyhow, other than exploring a terrible topic (it's quite distressing to know that waterboarding is still a thing), as a movie it is both well paced and intriguing to watch. I wonder if they lost Osama because of their shitty helicopters.
Definitely an approach with significant range of the network of people and events related to the killing. Apparently the torture scenes were lighted out, probably due to political purposes. Great external shootings and well constructed narrative helps the engagement. 3,5