World War II was not won by superior numbers, military nous, or even dumb luck. It was won by mathematicians and spies, according to The Imitation Game, the latest film starring Britain’s secret weapon of the acting world, Benedict Cumberbatch. (A man many have described as our generation’s Sir Laurence Olivier.) We begin, like a lot of careers do, with a job interview. An Alan … Continue reading The Imitation Game: Cumberbatch’s most complex performance?