'The Interpreter': Intelligent but Too Ambitious Los Angeles Times film critic Kenneth Turan reviews director Sydney Pollack's The Interpreter. The complex political thriller, which stars Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn, is the first movie the United Nations has ever allowed to film at its headquarters in New York.
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'The Interpreter': Intelligent but Too Ambitious

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'The Interpreter': Intelligent but Too Ambitious

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'The Interpreter': Intelligent but Too Ambitious

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Los Angeles Times film critic Kenneth Turan reviews director Sydney Pollack's The Interpreter. The complex political thriller, which stars Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn, is the first movie the United Nations has ever allowed to film at its headquarters in New York.