The Interpreter (2005)

PG-13   |    |  Crime, Mystery, Thriller


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Political intrigue and deception unfold inside the United Nations, where a U.S. Secret Service agent is assigned to investigate an interpreter who overhears an assassination plot.


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  • Nicole Kidman in The Interpreter (2005)
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  • Director/Executive Producer SYDNEY POLLACK on the set during filming of The Interpreter, a suspenseful thriller of international intrigue set inside the political corridors of the United Nations and on the streets of New York.
  • The U.N. headquarters as seen in The Interpreter, a suspenseful thriller of international intrigue set inside the political corridors of the United Nations and on the streets of New York.
  • Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn in The Interpreter (2005)

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26 April 2005 | liezell
6
| Great Cast, good acting, bad plot line
Being from Africa, I found it highly annoying that they decided to use a fake country name (which of course not a lot of people would know!).

The general idea was great and I love NIcole Kidman, and I was really looking forward to watch this movie. However, after seeing it, I felt a lot more could have been done with this wonderful cast and great idea - a lot was missing and it was pretty predictable.

The sad thing is that there are a lot of children actually walking around with automatic weapons, killing for "lunch money" to survive. The civil wars in Sudan are also very sad, but what is even more sad is that we sit here as bystanders and we don't do anything about it. Yeah, we might complain a little if we hear (or shall I say when we hear/read - because so little is said about it) but then people are more worried about foreign gasoline imports, than they are about human lives in a far away country. All it takes is to contact your local government representative.

While I feel this movie shed a little light on that, and yes I know the story is not about it, the plot could have been more suspenseful and unpredictable.

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