The Interpreter

Sydney Pollack's restrained, bloodless potboiler, the first film ever shot inside the United Nations' Manhattan headquarters, clearly aims to be an alternative to the brainless, frenetic action cartoons that have supplanted chillingly intelligent political thrillers like THE DAY OF THE JACKAL (1973) or Pollack's own THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR (1975). But more

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Director (1 Credit)
Source (2 Credits)
Brian Ward
Producer (3 Credits)
Co-Producer (2 Credits)
Lisa Chasin
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
Darius Khondji
Editor (1 Credit)
William Steinkamp
Musical Composer (1 Credit)
Production Designer (1 Credit)
Art Director (1 Credit)
Tom Warren
Set Decorator (1 Credit)
Beth Rubino
Costumes (1 Credit)
Casting (2 Credits)
Ellen Lewis
Juliet Taylor
Special Effects (2 Credits)
Jon Farhat
R. Bruce Steinheimer
Sound (1 Credit)
Danny Michael
Make Up (1 Credit)
Bernadette Mazur
Stunts (1 Credit)

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