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  • The big surprise comes when Condor finally comes face to face with the assassin

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      Sydney Pollack directed this mesmerizing spy thriller, Three Days of the Condor, in 1975. It stars Robert Redford as Joseph Turner, a man who reads books for a living. He’s employed by the CIA. His very unassuming place of employment seems low key and simple enough. It’s not like they’re doing life-endangering missions. One day, Joe goes

      out on the lunch run. When he comes back, he finds a ghastly sight. Everyone has been murdered. He’s the lone survivor. Following procedure, he calls the CIA, emotionally struggling to remember all the protocol and his very call sign — Condor.

      From there, it’s three days of drama, suspense, and thrills. Condor has to learn who to ...


      • trust, and he quickly realizes he doesn’t have a lot of options there. He also knows if he makes the wrong choices, he’s dead. The game is on.

        The big surprise comes when Condor finally comes face to face with the assassin. It furthers his education. Then there’s the big face off with the man he’s been bantering with

        for the last few days, Higgens. Higgens is magnificently portrayed by Cliff Robertson. Their final face off is chilling.

        Three Days of the Condor is awesome. Faye Dunaway is thrown in for sexy female element and to give Redford someone to bounce off of it. I could take her part or leave it, but the story overall is brilliantly done.




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