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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  • 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.
  • Elle Macpherson at an event for The Interpreter (2005)
  • Catherine Keener at an event for The Interpreter (2005)
  • Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn in The Interpreter (2005)
  • 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.
  • NICOLE KIDMAN stars as U.N. interpreter Silvia Broome and SEAN PENN is Tobin Keller, the federal agent charged with protecting her, in The Interpreter, a suspenseful thriller of international intrigue.

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2 May 2005 | daveisit
6
| A Very Safe Movie
The Interpreter is an extremely packaged political thriller that contains only a little punch. The main reason I gave it a go was Sean Penn who seems to rarely make mistakes selecting his work. Nicole Kidman can be a mixed bag, and Sydney Pollack a competent seasoned veteran director. All three performed well without setting the screen alight.

The use of the United Nations building was a big plus and definitely gave the movie more realism. It also gave the viewer more of an idea on what a massive organisation the UN is.

Even though "The Interpreter" was enjoyable the ending was definitely a disappointment. It wasn't that it was necessarily wrong, just that you knew what was coming. This was the "Hollywood Factor" showing through. Perhaps the reason it didn't turn into real Hollywood trash was the fact it was filmed and produced in New York.

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