>literally nothing of value has happened
I give up. Thank you for starting 'crime dramas must be yellow/brown and boring as fuck' trend, Se7en
the ending was the same as the entire thing, it was bleak as it intended to be
the only unrealistic part was how relentlessly belligerent and uncooperative the 2 FBI attaches were whenever they saw CIA/specops/Columbia killing the Mexicans who they were constantly fighting already
Fuck that. It's like ISIS. They need to be killed, and do shit in civilian areas. There's always going to be a chance there'll be civilian casualties, but there's not much that can be done about it.
The major flow of this film might be the shifting POV anon. Dennis､the director didn't change the tone of sequences to keep audience's attention on the edge of the seat. I just assume that he might've thought keeping things seemingly clam, keeps whole things in the mystery, but it didn't work.
No, I mean from the perspective of Kate every ops she's in it's "clean and sanatized" and suddenly she's thrown in open shoot out where the unknown is everywhere, I can see how that created that tension and mistrust, because it shattered her world she's all about procedures and regulations when the CIA is all about results.
But I completly agree that the CIA operatives were right to kill those guys, no arguments there.