The World: Syriana, in the labyrinth of the oil wars

It's time to get your taste for complicated things back. In the days of the Cold War - the simplest of conflicts, one half of the world against the other - artists like John Le Carré knew how to build vertiginous architectures on the simplest foundations. With Syriana, Stephen Gaghan, screenwriter and director, traces an inextricable labyrinth from a childish pattern: a handful of Texan billionaires and their acolytes are desperate to maintain their grip on planetary oil production.

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