Three Days of the Condor

Three Days of the Condor
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P.p.

Some here and elsewhere have made the comment that Faye Dunaway was wasted, or her character was peripheral, etc. I found Dunaway's performance illuminating in terms of craft. She is playing a somewhat repressed, wound character, almost demure, with impulses that the audience can find ...Read more

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Mike

This film was ok, not my favorite of Pollack's. I had a hard time getting past that idiotic love scene-- where apparently being kidnapped is a turn on?

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L

Still riveting film and the game : it's all about oil

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Judith

Good

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timothy

thoughtful film for general audiences, handsome actors, well shot, direction at a minimum only could been done with such distinguished actors, tight well written script... aloha from HIFF 39th film screening jury

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Howard

The office worker guy with the dark curly hair. Is he the same actor that played the goofy archer in Friday The 13th? Likely not.

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james

... kee-lassic movie- and massive hat tip to the power of reading. first comment and wild to see all the public library affiliated commenters...

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Contance

That's the NY I remember. May have been dirty but not as dirty as our government.

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soyoung

daaaaamn! so prescient, and apropos to the present. this is a taut and excellent thriller. and robert redford, le sigh....

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JP

Definitely a film that was way ahead of its time. More relevant in 2019 than in 1975 for sure. Not sure why Faye Dunaway was in the picture? She's practically a side note. It's a shame they wasted such a good actress in a role that wasn't very developed. Besides the distraction of the ...Read more

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John

I'm 56, but when I was in 7th grade I lived in London and I would see the posters for this film plastered on the walls of the tube stations. I finally watched it tonight for the first time thinking it was just an old timie spy flick. Let me just say that commenters Maggie and Delbert hit ...Read more

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Maggie

amazing film and very relevant now in 2018

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Delbert

Very Real in 2018

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mike

very clever movie except fire the hairdresser for Redford and Robertson

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John

Great scenes at WTC.

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