Critic Consensus: (T)ERROR should dishearten and disturb viewers concerned with the erosion of American civil rights -- and it doesn't even hit its targets as hard as it could.
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Beyond the conventional espionage on display, they confront viewers with the prospect of civil liberties violations amid the extensive surveillance currently taking place in the United States.
(T)error, like the punctuation in its title suggests, goes from being a tense procedural and absorbing character study to an astonishing, real-life satire about the surveillance state.
The resulting portrait of the domestic anti-terrorism campaign, although it's admittedly a portrait in miniature, could hardly be more disheartening.
As the story plays out, the cheap thrill of peeking behind the curtain turns into creeping dread, and then outrage.
A film that feels depressingly essential to understanding that just because we haven't been attacked doesn't mean we're winning the war.
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