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Spy Game

"It's not how you play the game. It's how the game plays you."

Veteran spy Nathan Muir is on the verge of retiring from the CIA when he learns that his one-time protégé and close friend, Tom Bishop, is a political prisoner sentenced to die in Beijing. Although their friendship has been marred by bad blood and resentment, Muir agrees to take on the most dangerous mission of his career and rescue Bishop.

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Released: Nov 21st, 2001
Budget: N/A
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Spy Game Main Cast

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Robert Redford
Robert Redford
plays Nathan D. Muir
Brad Pitt
Brad Pitt
plays Tom Bishop
Catherine McCormack
Catherine McCormack
plays Elizabeth Hadley
Stephen Dillane
Stephen Dillane
plays Charles Harker
Larry Bryggman
Larry Bryggman
plays Troy Folger
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Movie Trivia/Goofs

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  • Movie Goof (revealing mistake): When Nathan needs money to rescue Tom Bishop, he calls his broker's (Mitch Alford) office in London to liquidate his accounts. The time is a little after 9 PM Washington time, which would be after 2 AM in London, but the office is open and a secretary answers the phone.
  • Movie Goof (audio/visual unsynchronized): The motorcycle in the building bombing scene is clearly a 4 stroke motorcycle. You can know this by the throttle has two cables as on a 4 stroke (a 2 stroke only has one). Also you can see the exhaust header is small like a 4 strokes as compare to a 2 stroke which is very fat. When the motorcycle rider pulls out of the basement you can hear that it is a 4 stroke. It makes a 4 stroke sound - low, thumping sound. But in the scenes on the road, and when doing the jump, they used a 2 stroke motor for the sound effect - high pitched, high revving, pinging sound.
  • Movie Goof (errors made by characters, possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Innumerable breaches of security procedure (failing to sign for classified documents, writing on pads of paper, using a non-GSA approved safe, not wearing ID tag, etc.)
  • The scene where Robert Redford's character asks Brad Pitt's character if he knew anybody in 'this apartment house' and tells him to be up on one of the balconies in five minutes is from a book by former Mossad agent Victor Ostrovsky who describes this test as part of the training of a Mossad agent.
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