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The true story of Christopher Boyce, a young All-American man whose job as a guard for sensitive documents shatters his faith in his country and leads him to a sometimes comic, sometimes chilling sideline as a spy for the Soviets, aided by his scruffy buddy, Daulton; it can't last, though, and the consequences are tremendous for Boyce and his family.Written by
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Sean Penn underwent a substantial physical transformation for his role as Andrew Daulton Lee: Penn wore deep blue contact lenses, trimmed his eyebrows back in a straight line with his eyes, used a set of dentures to make his teeth identical to Lee's, used nose spreaders to make his nose broader, grew a mustache, and even gained about fifty to twenty pounds. See more »
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I know a thing or two about predatory behavior, and what once was a legitimate intelligence agency is now being used on weaker governments.
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This movie does an excellent job of taking us all the way through the dark tunnel of espionage, from the inception through the ultimate reckoning. The movie's impact is made even deeper with the realization that it is based on a true story. Timothy Hutton provides us with a quality, understated performance and Sean Penn demonstrates why he is one of America's finest living actors. As with "Midnight Express," this movie should make us all think twice about doing something we shouldn't be doing in a foreign country.
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