REVIEW | Three Days of the Condor




‘Released in 1975, serving as a spiritual counterpart to the other Redford-thriller classic All the President’s Men which would be released only a year later, Three Days of the Condor deftly reflects the paranoia of a post-war nation whose highest powers are sources of suspicion, not trust. Sound familiar?’

Read at Flickreel.

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Freelance film critic.


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