A mountain man who wishes to live the life of a hermit becomes the unwilling object of a long vendetta by the Crow tribe, and proves to be a match for their warriors in single combat on the early frontier.
An ambitious reporter gets in way-over-his-head trouble while investigating a senator's assassination which leads to a vast conspiracy involving a multinational corporation behind every event in the world's headlines.
Alan J. Pakula
A mild mannered CIA researcher, paid to read books, returns from lunch to find all of his co-workers assassinated. "Condor" must find out who did this and get in from the cold before the hitmen get him.Written by
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When Turner arrives back in New York towards the end of the film, there is a sweeping pan across the city streets. To the left of the US Armed Forces recruiting office is a movie billboard, advertising the current feature as The Towering Inferno. You can also just see Faye Dunaway's surname. Dunaway plays Cathy in this film. See more »
When Turner leaves Atwood's house you can see a figure moving about through the glass door behind him. Everyone in the house is supposed to be dead. See more »
I'd like to go back to New York.
You have not much future there. It will happen this way. You may be walking. Maybe the first sunny day of the spring. And a car will slow beside you, and a door will open, and someone you know, maybe even trust, will get out of the car. And he will smile, a becoming smile. But he will leave open the door of the car and offer to give you a lift.
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Perhaps its just me, but I think this film is underrated. 3 Days of the Condor is one of my all time favorite suspense thrillers and is both intellectually and vicariously plausible - from the first frame to the last. The action immediate and visceral, the characters subtle and direct, are succinctly performed and clearly understood. The dialog and exposition serve fascinating food for thought while the suspense unfolds revelations as the story thrusts deeper towards danger. A masterful Pollack/Redford conspiratorial thriller that is as smart as it is believable. Its as real as a narrative fiction can feel, in my personal film experience.
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