Three days of the Condor (1975)

– I miss that kind of clarity.

What goes on at the American Literary Historical Society? A retro-futuristic intro leads to a paranoid conspiracy thriller in a somewhat Hitchcockian vein, with one man pitted against a society where truth is elusive and no one can be trusted.

– Maybe there’s another CIA.

Well told and suspense-filled, though unfortunately marred by an unnecessary, strangely cut, and frankly a bit queasy sex scene given the preceding events.

Still maybe in my book of insecurity.

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4 Responses to Three days of the Condor (1975)

  1. SJHoneywell says:

    I like this one probably more than it deserves, but it’s nostalgic for me.

  2. Nothing wrong with that — nostalgia is a strong potion!

  3. This was better than I remembered, especially the first half.

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