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Master Spy: The Robert Hanssen Story

Master Spy: The Robert Hanssen Story ★★ 2002 (R)

Drawn-out drama that finds FBI agent Robert Hanssen (Hurt), deeply in debt and frustrated by his lack of career advancement, selling documents to the KGB. Hanssen's so low-key he would be completely uninteresting if not for a couple of personal quirks: he likes to take naughty photos of his deeply devoted wife Bonnie (Parker) and pass them along to best buddy Jack (Strathairn) and he has a platonic relationship with stripper Priscilla (Pace), who becomes Hanssen's confidante. 122m/C VHS, DVD . William Hurt, Mary-Louise Parker, David Strathairn, Hilit Pace, Ron Silver, Wayne Knight, Peter Boyle; D: Lawrence Schiller; W: Norman Mailer; C: Alan Caso; M: Laurence Rosenthal. TV

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