A psychological thriller; Mace Sowell, an ex-intelligence operative and whose past government activities catches up with him, faces his own mortality, in the shape of the onset of Alzheimer's disease. Holding the electronic key to secret information which implicates a Presidential front-runner, Mace struggles for his life while battling the debilitating effects of the disease. Written by
The less you know, the safer you are.
Did You Know?
When Sir Patrick Stewart's character Mace is putting the dummy back in the closet, he straightens his clothes. During the shooting of Star Trek, Stewart did this so often, that it came to be called the Picard Maneuver. See more
Andi Travers looks for something to hit the "intruder" with during the first "drill" she witnesses. She looks like she is reaching for something when the viewpoint changes. You can see the handle of a gold club that she is holding. The viewpoint changes back to the oriGinal one and we see Andi reach for and pick up a golf club (the one she was just holding). See more
Here's the deal: no clothes, no mail.
No, here's the deal. I'll get my own mail, you go fuck yourself!
References Three Days of the Condor