Saw this film the other day, and was quite surprised at how much I enjoyed it. About the life of a man, Alan Turing, who during WW2 cracked the German Enigma encoding device. Turing was played by Benedict Cumberpatch, who did an excellent job. He was also a homosexual, and was prosecuted for that after the war. I don't want to spoil the film for you, but I would recommend a watch. It also won an oscar I think, though can't remember which one.