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The latter is most likely a ‘made-up’ addition for the film, as he serves primarily to let us see how the FBI does what it does and to give a principle character an obvious arc. Indeed, he seems to change more than the protagonist herself, which is perhaps because he isn’t beholden to ‘real life’, and he often feels like the flick’s true focus. Ultimately, the balance between the two characters works well enough to not be all that detrimental to the affair’s overall effect. It’s worth mentioning, though, because it probably could have been handled a little better. As could the fact that we’re essentially witnessing governmental racism through a white lens. Thankfully, the piece makes a point of pointing this out. It also has several major black characters who are treated wholly as ‘good guys’. Overall, the picture is an engaging, entertaining and frustrating experience that immerses you in an unfair situation. It has its issues and it’s almost generic, but it’s typically well-done and consistently compelling.