Rent The Internecine Project (1974)

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1h 25min
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Powerful international business associates have recommended Robert Elliot (James Coburn) as a special advisor to the White House. But there's a problem. Elliot has a very dirty past. He's been running a business espionage ring - and if the truth ever came out, Elliot would be finished. Now, everyone working for Elliot must die to ensure their silence. Everyone. And Elliot can't be implicated in the murders. Somehow, they must be convinced to kill each other - and all in one single, bloody, night...
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Barry Levinson
Barry Levinson, Jonathan Lynn, Mort W. Elkind
Odeon Entertainment
Action & Adventure, Classics, Thrillers
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Run Time:
85 minutes
English Dolby Digital 1.0 Mono
DVD Regions:
Region 0 (All)
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
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Fiendishly Clever - The Internecine Project review by sb

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FILM & REVIEW Very clever thriller has Coburn as Elliott a one time academic now on the payroll of a large corporation. They have wangled him a top job in the White House but he has built up in London an organisation that provides information and services but to take on the new post he needs to wind up his contacts. He has a Foreign Office mandarin (Hendry), a scientist working on weaponry (Jayson) , a high class hooker (Kruger) and a masseuse (Andrews) . None of them know each other so he concocts a fiendish plan to get each one to kill the next in line - some are straightforward murders , others look like accidents so he sets his plan in motion. He is like a chess grand master moving each piece in turn with perfect symmetry as he scores each stage off in turn. He is also involved with a journalist (Grant) with this love/hate thing going on. It’s all very precise with great use of the wintry London locations and Coburn uses his suave charm to chilling effect. A little gem - 4/5

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