On the day that a serial killer that he helped put away is supposed to be executed, a noted forensic psychologist and college professor receives a call informing him that he has 88 minutes left to live.
In an era when the country's first line of defense, intelligence, is more important than ever, this story opens the CIA's infamous closed doors and gives an insider's view into the Agency: how trainees are recruited, how they are prepared for the spy game, and what they learn to survive. James Clayton might not have the attitude of a typical recruit, but he is one of the smartest graduating seniors in the country - and he's just the person that Walter Burke wants in the Agency. James regards the CIA's mission as an intriguing alternative to an ordinary life, but before he becomes an Ops Officer, James has to survive the Agency's secret training ground, where green recruits are molded into seasoned veterans. As Burke teaches him the ropes and the rules of the game, James quickly rises through the ranks and falls for Layla, one of his fellow recruits. But just when James starts to question his role and his cat-and-mouse relationship with his mentor, Burke taps him for a special ... Written by
The "abandoned warehouse" where the final sequence in the film takes place is the same set where Chicago (2002)'s prison scenes were filmed. See more »
While training at The Farm, the recruits shoot at paper targets. When they are told to "stand and holster" and the targets reeled in, it can be seen that none of the paper targets have any holes in them. See more »
Sorry it's so early, but..
I don't sleep. I piss like a racehorse every two hours. Impossible. What you got?
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I couldn't actually watch it, because after an actually nice intro, they started throwing around technical phrases in no coherent fashion. Just total bogus, nonsense. If meaningless technobabble is used in Star Trek, I can understand that. But using real-world technical terms in a completely wrong way is something to get technicians to scream and beg to stop.
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