PG-13 | | Crime, Mystery, Thriller
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.
Some of the extras in the film (scenes in the General Assembly, the Security Council and in the security camera footage) are actual U.N. staff members, who were allowed to participate after signing the usual waivers. Filming at the United Nations ... ...
She wouldn't tell me her husband's name. She wouldn't even write it.
FBI agent King sits in the driver's seat of his unmarked 4-door sedan parked at a curb keeping surveillance on Silvia. Suddenly, Silvia opens a rear door on the opposite side of that sedan and tells King to drive somewhere. A single agent in a 4-door car would have locked the back doors to prevent what Silvia did.
Aboriginal, English, French, Portuguese
$1,800,724 (Australia) (15 April 2005)
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