R | | Drama, History, Thriller
The tumultuous early history of the Central Intelligence Agency is viewed through the prism of one man's life.
Edward Wilson's (Matt Damon's) name is close to that of real-life C.I.A. Agent Edwin Wilson, who was involved in one of the most controversial episodes in the agency's history. An ex-Marine and Korean War veteran, the real Ed Wilson left the C.I.A. and was ... ...
I'm sorry for not standing, my fucking feet are killing me.
When Edward receives his orders from General Sullivan, the NCO who delivers the envelope wears, on his left shoulder, a red/white patch with a capital A for the First Army. That insignia was not approved until March 1949, the First Army patch in use in 1940 was just a capital A on an olive drab background.
The end credits feature the dedication "In memory of Gretchen Rau".
English, Spanish, Russian, German, Lingala
$14,142,760 (USA) (24 December 2006)