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Our Kind of Traitor

Our Kind of Traitor is a movie starring Carlos Acosta, Radivoje Bukvic, and Stellan Skarsgård. A couple finds themselves lured into a Russian oligarch's plans to defect, and are soon positioned between the Russian Mafia and the...

Other Titles
Traitor, Bo'ged mi'shelanou, Nosso Fiel Traidor, Išdavikas, Un traître idéal, Il traditore tipo, Ke Phan Boi, Izdajnik po našem ukusu, John le Carré's Our Kind of Traitor, Hurmaava petturi, Meie moodi reetur, Zdrajca w naszym typie, われらが背きし者, Nodevējs mūsu gaumē, Un traidor entre nosotros, Izdajnik po nasem ukusu, Un traidor como los nuestros, Verräter wie wir, A mi emberünk, Ένας προδότης ανάμεσά μας, Um Traidor dos Nossos
Running Time
1 hours 48 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama, Thriller, Crime
Director
Susanna White
Writer
Hossein Amini, John le Carré
Actors
Carlos Acosta, Mariya Fomina, Stellan Skarsgård, Radivoje Bukvic
Country
France, UK
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A couple finds themselves lured into a Russian oligarch's plans to defect, and are soon positioned between the Russian Mafia and the British Secret Service, neither of whom they can trust.

Comments about drama «Our Kind of Traitor» (21)

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Phillip

This is a great movie that makes you think about the implications of greed. The characters are very well developed. I found this movie to be very believable and it is very exciting. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who is looking for a good movie to watch on a Sunday afternoon.

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Deborah Perry

John Larroquette plays Steve Martin's son, Jim in the hit TV show "Life is a Television" (a play based on a real TV show, so the title is not at all a misnomer). Martin is a successful, successful, successful man and the show's producer. He decides to get a divorce from his wife, who is also his producer. This time he doesn't get what he bargained for. Jim (playing a role very much like the one he played in the movie) is the victim of a murder. So far so good, but Larroquette turns into a serial killer. He tortures and murders the young boy he was supposed to be in love with, turns his father into a maniac, and lets his mother die. What a great plot, right? Not only is it interesting and believable, it is very much the way life is for the average American family. It has the same kind of roots as all the great crime dramas of the past, namely the "Goodfellas" series. Yes, I am speaking of the original "Goodfellas" series, not of this one. If you like crime dramas, and want to see a good one, "Life is a Television" is a must. Larroquette does a great job, as do the rest of the cast, especially the two young children, the children of Martin and "Life is a Television". The movie is very well directed and filmed, but the script leaves something to be desired. I would say that this movie has a plot like an episode of "The Sopranos" or "Breaking Bad", or like "Dallas" or "Breaking Bad". It is a drama that keeps you hooked. This movie is a must-see.

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Frances

All the way through this film I was thinking "This is a remake of 'The Imitation Game' but not really". I'm not a fan of 'the imitator game' either but this film was surprisingly enjoyable and interesting. The film doesn't try to be anything it's not. It's a dark film about a young man who is suffering from dementia. He's supposed to have some secrets, but is he trying to make it clear? He's not quite good enough to be a spy, not yet, not yet, not yet. But he's still not good enough to be a sadist, not yet, not yet. He's not really good at being a spy either. He's just trying to find out if his wife and daughter were really who he thought they were. I didn't find the film all that entertaining or interesting but I did find it thought provoking. It was well directed, well acted and well written. The only negative thing about this film was the editing. It was a bit too choppy at times, but it was necessary. It was not distracting and didn't take away from the film at all. The editing was a bit choppy and the film felt like it was missing some good scenes. But overall it was a good film. I recommend this film to everyone.

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John D.

The Israeli government has invested a lot of money in what we might call "intellectual property" and created a "global network of critical institutions" which "cannot operate in a country without surveillance and control" as its president said. The security of the Israeli economy depends on the secrecy of its citizens, but the citizens can have a critical voice. "The thing about life is that sometimes it gets ugly," says Judah Ben Givon (Ilan Rahim), an Israeli-born Jew who has become a devout Zionist who is being driven out of the country. "We can't live here anymore," says Nir Bar-Lev (Lior Ashkenazi), a middle-aged father of three who lives in a poor part of Tel Aviv. "We can't live in Tel Aviv. I want to move to Brooklyn. But Israel can't tolerate immigrants and immigrants can't tolerate Israel." In the final scene of this film, the director, Aaron Seltzer, is interviewing people in a hotel room, each of whom has their own stories about how they became involved in the Israeli intelligence community. These people are not alone. There are more than 100 Israeli ambassadors, directors of scientific research, and retired military men, and they all say that they have learned a great deal from the Israeli secret service and that they hope to use it in their careers. They tell the filmmaker about the challenges of infiltrating Israeli society, how the agents operate, how the data is obtained, and about how the spies are selected. One of the ambassadors, Yaron Oz, an engineer, says that the security system in Israel is "based on silence." It is "the Israelis' weapon," he says. The Israeli secret service is an important ally of the United States, and the Israelis have been able to put their agents in the highest positions of power in the US government, from the secretary of state to the president. "This is our big strategic asset," says Ronen Litzenberger, a former Israeli ambassador to the United States. "But this is a little too big a number of people." In Israel, the men and women who have gained the trust of the country's intelligence chiefs are particularly important. Among the leaders of the Israeli intelligence service is Shlomo Aronson (Eli Yishai), a former prime minister who lives in a comfortable apartment with his wife and two daughters. They are the ones who are paid to spy on the Israeli population. Their goal is to discover what goes on in the country and to destroy the sources

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Jeremy M.

Bergman did a great job in this film. The real life details are quite realistic. The plot is pretty well written and I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. The movie is fast paced. I really liked it. The actors did a good job. It was good to see that the people who were involved in the movie weren't just actors playing themselves. I also liked how it wasn't one long monologue about how a person was a traitor. It was actually a movie about them trying to fix their mistake and trying to live with the consequences. The film is good for people who like to watch a lot of action. The plot is great, the actors are good, and the direction is very good. I recommend this movie to people who like to watch a lot of action and want to see how things turn out.

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Anna

After seeing this film, I felt like I was watching a documentary. I was riveted by it, and its ending was very gripping. The acting was top notch, especially by Natalie Portman, who should get more roles in the future. Overall, a great film.

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Marie

The plot of this movie is a little complicated. This is actually a movie that is worth watching. The acting is solid, and the writing is very clever. It's definitely a movie you don't want to miss. You'll get to know a little about the people who are trying to figure out what is going on in the Middle East. The cast is great, and you will be smiling at times. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is into good movies. I would recommend this movie to people who enjoy good movies.

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Joe Jackson

This film was more than decent. Sure there were some problems. The main one is that I would have liked to have seen more of the supporting cast and the story. Some of the characters were just completely wasted and even some of the actors were not that good at it. There were also some plot holes and not all of the events were explained. The ending was disappointing, though it was not completely without meaning. There are some rather violent scenes and they are definitely not necessary. But other than that, the movie was a very good one. The action was great, the acting was fine, and the story was not too bad. The ending is a little sad but I can't say I was happy about it.

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Arthur Ortiz

It's a good film, not great, but it is good. Don't get me wrong, I like many other films and have enjoyed them all, but this is just what I wanted, an honest, unpretentious film. There is some good dialogue, some witty lines, and plenty of background to explain the story. One of the things I like about this film is the relationship between the two main characters. It's not at all hard to get to like, and get on with them, it just requires some thought. There is a scene where their friend is left behind in a bus, and the two young men are forced to save him. It's not a lot of dialogue, but it's a scene that is very true to the nature of friendship and loyalty. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes a good crime film, or just an enjoyable film to watch. I rate this film 8/10

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Tyler

This is a very gripping and suspenseful movie about a serial killer who preys on the vulnerable and the elderly. There is a great deal of foreshadowing and foreshadowing in the movie. You have a sense that there is something that is going to happen in the film, and it does. It also has some good suspenseful scenes. There are some beautiful shots in this movie, especially the night scenes, as well as the back and forth between the police, and the serial killer. If you want to be creeped out, then this is not the movie for you. It's better to watch it alone, because you will not be disturbed. The best way to describe this movie is to say that it is a horror film, with a lot of suspense, and an ending that is very satisfying.

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Jacqueline

Don't waste your time. This is a boring, formulaic thriller that tries to keep you guessing what will happen next. Yes, we get that there is a "crime" going on but that doesn't really matter. Just sit back and watch a movie that is full of hype and predictable story lines.

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Larry

When the revolutionary Russian revolution overthrew the tsar, its second prime minister was accused of being a Bolshevik. The allegation was bolstered by the fact that he was a gentleman, with an excellent English accent. In a series of films that followed the story, some of which have a great deal of the truth, this was a major source of contention for many. The film has been shown in London several times, and it is a much more polished, but entertaining film than you might expect. This is mainly because it is based on real events and is a series of historical facts, rather than a fictional account. The film also explores how the revolutionaries reacted to their suppression by the tsar and his government. There is a very good documentary on the Russian Revolution on the BBC website, which gives some of the history of the revolution and its aftermath. I was expecting to see a film that was very tightly structured and detailed, but it's really more of a series of facts. The characters are all fairly well developed, and the acting is very good. The film has its faults, though, and the majority of it is spent trying to work out how the men and women of the revolution reacted to the government's suppression of their ideas and the economic embargo on Russia. The film doesn't do a very good job of giving the audience a very good understanding of the motivations of the revolutionaries. The plot also appears to be drawn out. There are more than a few plot points that don't seem to be very important. In particular, the character of Maximillian, a wealthy member of the revolution, is more interesting than the character of Maximilian (played by the actor Sam O'Niel). This is also the case with the character of Lillian (played by the actress Uma Thurman). As a result, it's very hard to really get invested in the plot. It's also easy to see how the characters were drawn from a selection of the best people who were in the revolution, and it's a good point that they didn't really get a lot of screen time. All in all, it's a good historical film, but it's not really very engaging. It's not a great film, but it's not a bad one either.

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Theresa

The movie is not like the book. It is more like a movie version of a book. I like the movie version more. But if you like the book, I would still say you should see the movie. This is not a disappointment, just more of a disappointment. The movie was boring, just like the book. It was so slow and not at all exciting. This was my major complaint. If you like the book, don't go see this movie. If you don't like the book, don't go see this movie. It was a waste of money. I would rather spend my money on a movie and a book. I'm not sorry I went to see this movie, it was a good movie but it was too slow for me.

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Dylan

Based on the book by Joshua Ezra, this film depicts the life of a very successful professional spy. But he is recruited by a rival to infiltrate the inner workings of a powerful political organization. This is the third film in the "American History X" franchise, so if you liked the previous films, you will like this one. As you can see, I don't like this franchise. But I think this one is a step up from the other films. This film is very well directed, but it suffers from a weak plot. But the film is very well acted, so that doesn't really matter. What I think really hurts this film is the acting. The film tries to create some serious drama with the main character's family life, but the acting is very weak. But this is not the main problem. The main problem with this film is that it is a very weak film. If you liked the previous films, you will probably like this one. The acting is so bad that I don't think I could watch this film again. I really hope that Hollywood stops producing films with this level of acting. 8/10.

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Betty S.

What happens when you have the most powerful person in the world, and you know all the people in power, what would you do? This is the question The King's Speech asked. For most of the film we see Michael Fassbender as 'the head of the NSA'. His performance is excellent, a combination of raw, emotionless and mesmerizing. The way he plays this role is completely different to any other actor in the world. The movie never feels like you are watching a normal movie. There is something that feels totally different about this movie. The way the movie is shot is so intense that I felt like I was there. I thought that there were some really beautiful scenes in this movie, which reminded me of Kubrick's 2001. One of my favorite scenes is when Fassbender is in the middle of a war, and we see the battle that is going on around him, and when he walks into the village he sees a child being used to take care of the 'dark' side of the army. The scenes are amazing and there is a perfect mixture of powerful emotion and the fear that the director wants to show us. The ending is great too. Fassbender really brings his character to life. The best thing about this movie is that it shows how we can and should change the world, and how it will never be perfect. I am not a very big fan of Michael Fassbender, but he made this movie work, and he did it brilliantly. I am not going to give away any spoilers about the movie, but the last scene is something that I will remember for the rest of my life.

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Sharon G.

I have seen this movie over and over again, and every time I watch it I find something new, something that makes it even more enjoyable. It's very fast paced, and the director has done an excellent job in making the story flow. The cinematography is excellent, and the sound effects are also very good. The cast is great, as are the performances of the entire cast. The story has a good pacing, and the characters are very well drawn. The direction and editing is also very good, making it easy to follow the action. The camera work is also very good. I have not seen the Director's Cut of this film yet, but I am looking forward to it. If you like films like The Usual Suspects, Raising Arizona, The Usual Suspects 2, and the last half of the Matrix trilogy, you should check out This Movie is Not Yet Rated. It's a great thriller with a great cast, and a great story.

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Bruce C.

I watched this film in college and it really stuck with me. It's a great film and a great way to put some history into perspective. It's hard to explain what makes this film good but it's actually really good. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to see a great film. 8/10

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Kyle H.

I was very skeptical going into the theatre as I'm a fan of "straight" thriller and would've thought this film would be lame or ridiculous. I was pleasantly surprised as I was thoroughly entertained throughout the entire film. The performances are very good, especially by the lead actresses, both of whom are fantastic. I was impressed by the twist of the story, and I was satisfied with how the story turned out. I'm also surprised at the amount of hate this film is getting, and I don't blame them for that. The film is a very good film, and I think many will agree with me.

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Dylan Rice

It's a good thriller. I've seen a lot of reviewers comment on the fact that the story was based on a true story, but in actual fact it was a Hollywood film that became a national film.

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Jessica

The CIA at the end of the Cold War has a problem: what to do with some of its old agents, some of whom are simply too old for the job. The most senior of these agents, Anthony Quinn (Tom Hanks), has seen enough, he is about to retire. His wife Joanne (Kate Bosworth), on the other hand, has made it clear that she wants him to stay in the Agency and has become a mentor to Quinn. When Quinn accepts a job at a secret CIA outpost, his former comrades tell him that he must be tested for his loyalty. In order to prove his loyalty, Quinn must leave his wife, go undercover in the Soviet Union, and work to find out what secrets the CIA has. This is an interesting film, one of the better spy thrillers of the late eighties. Tom Hanks does a very good job as Quinn, and I especially enjoyed him when he was under attack from the KGB, which was one of the highlights of the film. This is a very well made film, and a worthy addition to the genre. It's about as authentic as a spy film can get, and while it's not a masterpiece, it is an enjoyable film to watch.

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Stephen K.

From the producers of the hugely successful British TV series, 'The Office' comes a fascinating, slightly derivative but well-done film about a major event in British history. Richard III (Colin Firth) is played by the talented Colin Firth who can pull off a convincing 'Royalty' as the head of the House of York. However, while the British establishment had already lost a king for a while, the anti-royalist factions had been battling the House of York for a long time. Therefore, with the arrival of King Richard III, a member of the House of York is forced to reveal that his faction was trying to get rid of the king for their own benefit. In a desperate attempt to keep the king from passing on the crown to his heir, Yorkist forces have already arrested the king's mother, Elizabeth (Nicole Kidman) and his queen consort, Mary (Charlotte Rampling) as well as leading Earl Marshal and Captain Fillery (Christopher Eccleston) into a trap. With the support of his father (Colin Firth), Earl Marshal has vowed to defend his lord father and to end the battle. This film is a light-hearted and comedic British drama that tells a powerful story about the events of the Hundred Years War. While it's very clear that the producers knew exactly what they wanted to do, they still managed to have a strong plot that was entertaining and exciting. There's plenty of humor, romance and action. Colin Firth does a great job playing the young Richard III, a man who was so innocent and sheltered that he couldn't even understand the concept of love and politics. His actions are all rather stereotypical, but they're all well-choreographed and extremely enjoyable. Nicolas Cage is also great as Richard III, who's role is larger than life. He's the perfect image of the evil Yorkist leader and Cage shows the viewer exactly how he sees the king. He's played his part perfectly and is fantastic in his portrayal. As a huge Richard III fan, I was very impressed with the portrayal of the young Richard III. The writing was fantastic, as well as the use of the film's key events. The editing is perfect and the camera angles are very effective. The camera angles are used very well in this film, making it very interesting and fast-paced. There's also great use of music, and I especially liked the use of music during the beginning of the film, before the events actually happen. The music is very fitting and fits