Benedict Cumberbatch The Imitation Game

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One of the film's most noteworthy sequences depicts Turing's chemical castration, which the mathematician accepted in lieu
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Oscar, meet Benedict Cumberbatch; Benedict Cumberbatch, meet Oscar. In "The Imitation Game," the "Sherlock" actor stars as