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The Osterman Weekend
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The Osterman Weekend 1983

From Amazon: Sam Peckinpah's final film has a lot to recommend it, including a complicated story derived from a Robert Ludlum novel but laced with Peckinpah's hard questions about loyalty and the balance between civilization and basic instincts. Rutger Hauer stars as John Tanner, a television host with strong criticisms of America's cold-war conduct. Looking forward to a weekend of socializing with old friends (played by Craig T. Nelson, Dennis Hopper, and Chris Sarandon), Tanner is approached by a CIA agent (John Hurt) who tells him his friends may be Soviet agents. Tanner agrees to let the spy agency set up surveillance in his house; it turns out there...

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No image existsSam Peckinpah
No image existsBurt Lancaster
Rutger HauerRutger Hauer
Craig T. NelsonCraig T. Nelson
Dennis HopperDennis Hopper
John HurtJohn Hurt
No image existsChris Sarandon
No image existsMeg Foster
No image existsHelen Shaver

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The Osterman Weekend Movie Review by Movie Addict (11/3/2007)

Too bad Tony Gilroy (Bourne trilogy) wasn't available to do the screenplay for this adaptation of a Robert Ludlum novel, as he seems to have a way to translate Ludlum's page-turning style to the screen. This was Sam Peckinpah's (The Wild Bunch, Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia ) last film, and it deserved a better...

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