Three Days of the Condor – Filtered

Theatrical Release: September 24, 1975
DVD Release: August 17, 1999
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Synopsis

A man named Turner works for the CIA-reading books and postulating possible scenarios that could be applied to inteliigence work. He goes out to lunch but when he returns everyone at the center has been killed. He calls his superior and asks for someone to bring him in, and he tells him that his section chief will get him but when he arrives. The man tries to shoot him and he manages to shoot back and escape. In an act of desparation, the abducts a woman and forces her to shelter him until he can figure out what is going on. When someone goes to the woman’s house and tries to kill him, he kills the man and discovers that he has a connection to the CIA, which means that someone in the CIA is behind the attempt on his life.

Dove Review

This film was a little slow and it was hard to stay focused. It seemed to take a long time to establish the plot. It does contain some violence but it is not gratuitous enough to not approve it but we recommend it for ages twelve and above. Viewers who enjoy crime films will probably enjoy it.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: Man shot in head, another man shot, six people murdered in office building, fight, shoot out.
Sex: Kissing
Language: None
Violence: Man shot in head, another man shot, six people murdered in office building, fight, shoot out.
Drugs: Smoking
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Paramount
Writer: Lorenzo Semple Jr. and David Rayfiel
Director: Sydney Pollack
Genre: Action
Runtime: 117 min.
Reviewer: Debbie Satala