Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation was released almost a month ago, but the film still manages to seep its way into conversations. The action, the plot, and the advancement of its returning characters made it much easier to engage with the movie, but the buzz that has followed its portrayal of Ilsa Faust, the lead female character, has a special place when talking about the film.
The sequel explores lead character Ethan Hunt’s journey to discover information about the Syndicate, a terrorist organization, and brings in his former teammates as his aides once IMF, the Impossible Missions Force, is disbanded. While in London, Hunt is captured by the Syndicate and awakens in an underground room to be tortured, but manages to escape with the assistance of Faust, a disavowed MI6 agent.
Faust brings about a…
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