We are the ones who control our destiny, or unknown forces manipulate us without realizing it?
Matt Damon is the protagonist of the thriller The Adjustment Bureau, in the role of ambitious politician David Norris who, just when he’s about to win a seat in the US Senate, he meets the beautiful Elise Sellas (Emily Blunt), a ballet dancer who falls in over head. Because it is given the chance to take a look in its own future, David understands that what he sees there’s not at all what he wants. So he decides to go against fate. For this, however, will have to contend with some mysterious agents still trying to separate from the woman who wants to spend the rest of life.
David is that these agents are employed by an agency unusual – it’s Destiny Agency, throwing into battle all the weapons at their disposal to prevent David to choose different path in life than she had been predestined.
Faced with obstacles extremely hard to pass, David will be a time to choose: to accept it, to abandon the struggle and follow the path that had been predestined or will risk everything to defeat fate and remain with love of his life?
The Adjustment Bureau is written and directed by George Nolfi (writer of blockbuster Ocean’s Twelve co-writer of another blockbuster, The Bourne Ultimatum), and based on a short story belonging to Philip K. Dick (“Total Recall,” “Minority Report “and” Blade Runner “).