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The Toronto International Film Festival is delving into the ethical and legal quagmire created using drones to kill U.S. enemies overseas."Eye in the Sky," stars Academy Award Winner Helen Mirren as a colonel who hunts the world's most wanted terror suspects from an underground bunker in London, and Aaron Paul ("Breaking Bad") as a drone pilot based at Creech Air Force Base in Las Vegas, Nevada.Directed by "Tsotsi" helmer Gavin Hood, the film follows British and U.S. drone authorities and political leaders as they urgently debate the legal, moral and military merits and consequences of a strike on terror suspects in a friendly nation.Verbeek met with former U.S. Air Force pilot Brandon Bryant, who said he is tormented by his killing of hundreds of people as a sensor operator for the Predator program from 2007 to 2011 .The film, he explained, was not intended to be anti-drone.
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