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Classic Paranoia ( That Still Stand's Out )From Sydney Pollack,
27 July 2006
Robert Redford, Stars As Joe Turner(The 'Condor' Of The Title, Turner work's for the 'American Literary Society'Which actually is a front for the CIA(Central Intellegiance Agency) Turner is a 'Reader' his plum job is to look at various publication's be it paperback novel's and even comic book's to look for any type of details's that could of been leaked out,

Turner come's across a strange correspondence, about a certain plot in which catapult's turner in to a deadly conspiracy that see's turner,Become the only survivor in a bloody massacre, that see's all of his co-worker's brutally gunned down(in the film's key scene it's Redford's turn to buy lunch down town, upon his departure a group of 'Mailmen' led by the mysterious Joubert(Max Von Sydow,wipe out the entire staff, When Redford return's to the murder scene, he panic's and 'Call's in' to his superior's who attempt to silence him at all cost's,

Outnumbered and no where to run, he kidnaps at gunpoint the beautiful Kathy Hale, played by Faye Dunaway, who play's a new's reporter, who Redford beckon's to help him evade and unravel the mysterious and massive conspiracy, Cliff Robertson, Also star's as Redford's Gruff superior,

Three Days of the Condor (1975) Has aged perfectly, all though some of the 'Computer's' featured in the opening are undeniably 'prehistoric' by today's hi tech standard's! Three Days of the Condor (1975) Still stand's out as one of the great film's of the 70's, Be sure to watch it in it's True WIDESCREEN aspect ratio of 2.35:1 As it certainly capture's the almost visceral feel of paranoia,
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