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FULL SYNOPSIS

Brad Pitt is reunited as a co-star with his A River Runs Through It (1992) director Robert Redford for this espionage thriller from Tony Scott. On the verge of retirement from the Central Intelligence Agency, veteran spy Nathan Muir (Redford) learns that his one-time protégé Tom Bishop (Pitt) has gone rogue and been taken prisoner after attempting to smuggle a prisoner out of China. Although Muir and Bishop had once been close friends, sharing adventures from Vietnam to Berlin, bad blood and resentment developed between them, and the two men haven't seen each other in years. As his memories of their friendship come flooding back, Muir sets about arranging the rescue of his old friend from a Communist jail. Spy Game (2001) co-stars Catherine McCormack as a human rights activist and Bishop's love interest. ~ Karl Williams, Rovi

  • Release date:November 19, 2001

Cast

Robert Redford
as Nathan Muir
Brad Pitt
as Tom Bishop
Catherine McCormack
as Elizabeth Hadley
Stephen Dillane
as Charles Harker
Larry Bryggman
as Troy Folger
Michael Paul Chan
as Vincent Vy Ngo
Marianne Jean-Baptiste
as Gladys Jennip
Ken Leung
as Li
David Hemmings
as Harry Duncan
Matthew Marsh
as Dr. Byars
Todd Boyce
as Robert Aiken
Amidou
as The Sheik's Doctor
Charlotte Rampling
as Anne Cathcart

Crew

Tony Scott
Director
Marc Abraham
Producer
David Arata
Screenwriter
Dan Mindel
Cinematographer
G. Marq Roswell
Musical Direction/Supervision
Harry Gregson-Williams
Composer (Music Score)
Nina Ruscio
Production Designer
Chris Seagers
Production Designer
Norris Spencer
Production Designer
Andrew Nicholson
Art Director
Garry Freeman
Art Director
John Hill
Art Director
Kevin Phipps
Supervising Art Director
Stephen Dobric
Art Director
James W. Skotchdopole
Executive Producer
Iain Smith
Executive Producer
Armyan Bernstein
Executive Producer
Thomas A. Bliss
Executive Producer
Jille Azis
Set Designer
Louise Frogley
Costume Designer
Simon Kaye
Sound/Sound Designer
John Wildermuth
First Assistant Director
Bonnie Timmermann
Casting
Harry Gregson-Williams
Conductor
Steve Dent
Stunts Coordinator
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