The Interpreter

The Interpreter

The Interpreter

  Silvia Broome (Nicole Kidman), an interpreter at the United Nations in New York, is a fellow of the United Nations committed to the strictest secrecy. One day she snaps during a meeting at which it interprets, happened to be on an open micro-phrase in an African dialect. This involves the planned assassination of the president of Matobo, which will be shot during his speech before the United Nations. Their discovery is obviously not the conspirators concealed, and now her life is threatened. In her desperation, she turns to the U.S. authorities, which will make her the Agent Tom Keller (Sean Penn) to the side of protecting the interpreter.

But instead of the usual car chases from other thrillers and assassinations is now developing something quite different: the basement begins to illuminate the important witnesses, and dig a little into her past. The more he promotes to light, the greater will be suspicious that Silvia could not victims but participants in the conspiracy. Because they have good reasons to do so. She does not want to be allowed, but the mistrust brings two more embroiled in danger and the duo in a web of diplomacy, intrigue and personal distress, which increasingly attracts close to them.

Is Sydney Pollack without a doubt one of the most consistent directors in Hollywood, and his ability to knit intricate and intelligent thriller that is as legendary as his comedic vein (Tootsie) published works such as Three Days of the Condor and The Firm. Here, however, Pollack fails with the intention of his very real thriller straighten a new dimension to the sound. Too opaque to be in time to draw the threads, the mixing of private concern and great politics is significantly flatten the tension so that the interpreter works as a thriller almost. What remains is an attempt at a moral reflection on guilt, revenge and sorrow in the thriller garment supply, which is quite succeeded partially. But there remains the feeling that focusing on one of the two planes would have the film done well.

Title: The Interpreter Country of production: USA Year of production: 2005 Length: 120 (Min) of material: ( #) UIP

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