It might be a stretch to reckon of Safe House as a coming of age film, as it’s structured and edited in the same path as an espionage action thriller. Fair enough, we have automobile chases, brutal palm-to-palm combat, gunfights, and a plot involving the acquisition and transportation of a secret file, which of direction has perilous international ramifications. However when you narrow in on the lead characters and really focus on their dialogue and actions, certain themes become unavoidable, the transition from innocence to maturity most of all.
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