Three Days of the Condor (1975) – IMDb

Three Days of the Condor (1975) – IMDb.

THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR: The Movie that asks the question “Do we have plans to invade the Middle East over oil?” Robert Redford , CIA codename “Condor” has uncovered such a plan. Robert Redford Quote: “Listen. I work for the CIA. I am not a spy. I just read books! We read everything that’s published in the world. And we… we feed the plots – dirty tricks, codes – into a computer, and the computer checks against actual CIA plans and operations. I look for leaks, I look for new ideas… We read adventures and novels and journals. I… I… Who’d invent a job like that.” This was Robert Redford trying to explain to Fay Dunaway his reasons for kidnapping her as she was leaving a shop on the upper west side. This is a prophetic movie, a movie 30 years before its time. An entire CIA subdivision is murdered, wiped out because of the plan to invade the Middle East is uncovered. Max Von Sydow plays the icy master assassin, Cliff Roberts is here playing the Wily CIA New York Center Deputy Director. This movie is important, it gives context to the political situation in the Middle East. This is a movie guaranteed to make you think. A solid script, plot. This is a fine cast and an excellent movie. This is a movie that makes you glad there is such a thing as movies. This is a 5*****Star Movie.

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