Tonight on TV, Monday 25 October, will air on La7 at 21:10 the movie “The Interpreter“ of the 2005. Nineteenth feature film directed by the American director Sydney Pollack. Among the protagonists Sean Penn, Nicole Kidman and Catherine Keener.
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Silvia Broome, played by Nicole Kidman, brilliant translator at the United Nations, overhears a conversation in a rare dialect. To his horror, he discovers that a plot is underway to kill the president of a small African state. The woman turns to the FBI who assigns her an escort agent: Tobin Keller. But, as Keller digs into Silvia’s past, his suspicion grows that she is, in fact, involved in organizing the attack.
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In September 2004, the Herald, a newspaper controlled by the Zimbabwean government, attacked the film as an anti-Zimbabwe work supported by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The film, however, was approved by the national censorship commission which allowed its distribution. Chen Chimutengwende, Minister of Information and Publicity, said: “The CIA-backed film shows that Zimbabwe’s enemies don’t stop.”
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