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Our Kind of Traitor- Movie Review

Our Kind of Traitor is the perfect type of indie thriller; one that combines the intensity and realism of a spy film with the incredulous nature of an adventure film. 201 more words


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This globetrotting John le Carré adaptation – directed by Susanna White and adapted by Hossein Amini – ticks many of the boxes one might associate with the author’s stories. 511 more words

Film Reviews

Our Kind of Traitor

3 out of 5 stars

A solid thriller but nothing special (and after The Night Manager, it would probably fare better on BBC1 on a Sunday night) with a script that doesn’t really give its main cast much to do other than run around and do expressions of Basil Exposition. 84 more words


Our Kind of Traitor


The recent success of the BBC’s The Night Manager has put the work of John Le Carré back into the public eye, but Our Kind of Traitor… 576 more words


Our Kind of Traitor (Susanna White, UK, 2016)

A not quite successful adaptation of John Le Carré’s novel that I nonetheless found intriguing and enjoyable. In a year with two such Le Carré adaptations, this one for film and… 452 more words

Our Kind of Traitor

“I thought it was the right thing to do.”

I don’t know much about John Le Carré or his writing. The only book of his I read was Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy and, considering the quality of the film, I seem to be the only person I know that really enjoyed the 2011 adaptation that starred, well, everyone. 657 more words