The Whistleblower Analysis

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According to several online sites, a whistleblower is defined as a person/persons who may or may not be an employee of a categorical company, firm, or corporation, and/or government entity, and reports, as an insider who assimilates erudition of, the misconducts or illicit activities which they have found occurring within the organization (Investopedia). In the film, "The Whistleblower,” predicated on a true story, is a movie exhibiting the issues of sexual trafficking in Bosnia. The actress, Rachel Weisz, plays as a police officer, from Nebraska, who takes on the adscititious position of peacekeeper in order to make extra money while doing a short term tour within the Balkans. However, she discovers that ethnic tensions have caused local cops …show more content…
I do not believe it was made to be easy to view in order to portray the true sense of what takes place in Bosnia. Furthermore, the director and makers of the film, I believe, want the viewer to feel it deep within, in every sense of the word. By doing this it helps give the viewer a better understanding of the life of a person being sex trafficked and the political and governmental issues that stem from being involved in this form of nasty and corrupt business. The movie reveals a number of sickening truths that transpire due to the corruption of the military contractors and UN. This reminded me of an article, which we read in class, mentioning how the agents and peace keepers are genuinely the ones to be involved, if not the ones to authentically organize the contravention of human rights (Carr). The film clearly gives the viewer a portrait painting of what the Western organizations (contractors) were authentically doing while suppositiously being there in order to assist, aid, and keep the peace and tranquility. Weisz’s character was contracted by the High Commissioner for Human Rights to work on a case and soon discovered that the very people who were involved in the human trafficking are the very people with whom she had worked with. Weisz was fired from her position but not before relinquishing the documents proving the manner in …show more content…
It made me want to endeavor to learn to do more in making transmutations in the future in which our government entities operate and conduct business. Weisz’s character shows that it is okay to stand up for what you believe in. To keep fighting. Never give up, no matter what the cost. Her performance was outstanding and incredible. It makes one aspire to be like the character she portrays and endeavor to be a heroine for abused victims, and to know and realize that it is okay. Again, the movie is a tough movie to view for those who may be weak and faint at heart. However, it is a must in order to reveal to a wider community and public, the malefactions of human trafficking and maybe together we can find ways to incorporate a penalization utilized on traffickers throughout the

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