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The Conversation

One of Coppola's very best. Harry Caul (Gene Hackman) is a professional surveillance expert, a wire-tapper and industrial spy for hire by anyone, as long as the price is right. Harry and his assistant Stan (Cazale) use state-of-the-art technical expertise… (more)

Released: 1974

Rating: PG

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