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Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (1979)- Alec Guinness - Beryl Reid - My Lovely Boy
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Sign in. Smiley springs his trap and catches the spy. He later interrogates the spy and learns about how and why it happened, and the answers he gets robs him of any sense of victory. Smiley goes to meet Jim Prideaux who is now back in Britain having survived his experience in Czechoslovakia. His testimony and that of others sheds new light on the "Testify" fiasco and source " Smiley confronts one of his suspects and gives him the results of his investigations, which could prove a considerable embarrassment to those concerned.
Sign in. Alex Borstein , RuPaul , and other stars at the Emmys answer our fans' burning questions. Watch now. Title: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Take a look back at Gary Oldman 's movie career in photos. See more Gary. Set in Depression-era Franklin County, Virginia, a trio of bootlegging brothers are threatened by a new special deputy and other authorities angling for a cut of their profits.
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He created his spybuster George Smiley, a dumpy, elderly cuckold, as the "anti-James Bond". Alec Guinness, perfectly cast, might not look so good in a pair of skintight trunks, but Smiley's brains and guile are worth all of Bond's gadgets put together. His dissection of the commie conspiracy is riveting from start to bloody finish. Tinker, as much about atmosphere as action, depicts a very British, very bureaucratic, and very bumbling secret service: a clutch of pipe-smoking, snobbish, sniggering schoolboys, repressed homosexuality seething through grey strip-lit corridors. Watch the seven minute episodes back-to-back and betrayal starts to feel all part of a day's work. It's shot in suitably leeched colours, too: if it's not raining, then it's snowing; and the vibrantly spangly and deeply ugly 70s wallpaper occasionally swallows Smiley whole. The Russian doll-within-doll title sequence is perfectly judged, while Geoffrey Brideshead Burgon's end of empire music is a delight.
My wife, Susan, and I lost our minds. Late at night, I would often creep back into the study and watch the episode again, just to be sure I had understood all of it, savored all of its intricacies, noted its omissions and implications. After thinking everything over, I would discuss it with Susan—when she would let me. You want to blurt out everything. I know there are millions of people who adore mystery novels as a pleasurable brain-tease, reading one book after another with full absorption and then quickly forgetting it. I love Raymond Chandler, a great American writer who, in effect, created Los Angeles imaginatively almost as fully as Faulkner created Mississippi or Melville the sea, and I admire the contemporary fiction of Peter Blauner, who writes humanist thrillers, a seeming contradiction in terms that he pulls off. Why this time?