Enigma is a 2001 mystery, drama, romance film. The film is focused on a young man who works at Bletchley Park and is involved with the World War 2 effort to break the complex German code called Enigma. The man must break the code in order to help with defeating the German's U-boat operations and to discover what has happened to a young woman that he is in love with. This involves the man becoming very paranoid, working himself nearly to death, and eventually assisting with the creation of the world's first computer. Enigma features numerous subplots and an investigation into the presence of a German spy at the top secret code breaking facility.
Enigma is based on a book written by Robert Harris. The film was produced by Mick Jagger, and was directed by Michael Apted. It was adapted for film by Tom Stoppard. Enigma features performances by Dougray Scott, Kate Winslet, and Saffron Burrows.