by Elizabeth Abele
Tony Scott, director of Enemy of the State and Crimson Tide, brings together a more intimate action thriller with his new film Spy Game. Though its timing is accidental, this is a particularly interesting time to view the careers of two CIA agents and the "game" of trading cooperative locals--coldly termed "assets"--to remove lethal enemies. These agents learn to serve political objectives, though their individual actions may or may not have government authorization.
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