TRUE GRIT: Zero Dark Thirty, the new cinematic account of history’s greatest manhunt for the world’s most dangerous man (Osama bin Laden), has emerged as one of this season’s sure-bet awards contenders in Hollywood. It’s currently nominated for four Golden Globes, including Best Picture. But what’s the meaning behind the film’s strange-sounding title? According to director Kathryn Bigelow, “it’s a military term for 30 minutes after midnight, and it also refers to the darkness and secrecy that cloaked the entire decade-long mission.” The film is a chronicle of the 10-year hunt for the notorious al-Qaeda terrorist following the 9/11 attacks and his subsequent death at the hands of US Navy Seals in May 2011. With a running time of 157 minutes, it stars Jessica Chastain, Joel Edgerton, Jason Clarke and Mark Strong, and reunites Bigelow with screenwriter Mark Boal, the team behind the Oscar-winning tour-de-force The Hurt Locker. To check out the trailer, click HERE.