Seen at the Movies: Sydney Pollack’s The Interpreter is meant to be a thinking-person’s thriller, along the lines of the director’s 1975 Three Days of the Condor. Back then, Condor was just another in a decade-long line of paranoid suspense films that may not have all been great, but which had some connection to the real world’s issues and concerns, and certainly didn’t insult the audience’s intelligence. Now, The Interpreter, which engages with the subject of African politics and America’s ...

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