Color Adjustment is a 1992 documentary film that traces 40 years of race relations and the representation of African Americans through the lens of prime time television entertainment, scrutinizing television's racial myths. This documentary, narrated by Ruby Dee, was designed as a sequel to Riggs’s Ethnic Notions, now examining racial stereotypes in the broadcast age.
Academy Award® nominee Matt Damon (The Bourne trilogy) stars in this action thriller about a man who glimpses the future Fate has planned for him – and chooses to fight for his own destiny. Battling the powerful Adjustment Bureau across, under and through the streets of New York, he risks his destined greatness to be with the only woman he's ever loved (Emily Blunt: The Young Victoria, The Devil Wears Prada). Based on a story by the legendary Philip K. Dick (Total Recall, Minority Report and Blade Runner), The Adjustment Bureau is “entertaining and thought-provoking”. — Katey Rich, CINEMABLEND.COM
For the Polish organization see Biuro Szyfrów, for the U.S. intelligence agency see Black Chamber. Cipher Bureau is a 1938 American film directed by Charles Lamont. Leon Ames plays the head of a listening agency in Washington DC dedicated to breaking up a foreign radio-spy ring, enlisting his naval-officer brother, and tangling with beautiful spies. The film was successful enough to cause a sequel, Panama Patrol.
Le Bureau is a 2006 French television show written and directed by Nicolas & Bruno. It is a French adaptation of the popular British television series The Office. Le Bureau adapted the scripts of the original British series, changing character names and many cultural references.