A comedic tale of espionage, when an ousted CIA official’s memoir accidentally falls into the hands of two unwise gym employees intent on exploiting their find.
A disk containing the memoirs of a CIA agent ends up in the hands of two unscrupulous gym employees who attempt to sell it.
Osbourne Cox, a Balkan expert, resigned from the CIA because of a drinking problem, so he begins a memoir. His wife wants a divorce and expects her lover, Harry, a philandering State Department marshal, to leave his wife. A CD-ROM falls out of a gym bag at a Georgetown fitness center. Two employees there try to turn it into cash: Linda, who wants money for cosmetic surgery, and Chad, an amiable goof. Information on the disc leads them to Osbourne who rejects their sales pitch; then they visit the Russian embassy. To sweeten the pot, they decide they need more of Osbourne’s secrets. Meanwhile, Linda’s boss likes her, and Harry’s wife leaves for a book tour. All roads lead to Osbourne’s house. Written by <[email protected]>
|Tagline:||Intelligence is relative.|
|Cast:||Armand Schultz, Bob Bowersox, Brad Pitt, Brian O’Neill, Carmen M. Herlihy, Crystal Bock, David Rasche, Dermot Mulroney, Douglas Nelson, Elizabeth Marvel, Eric Richardson, Frances McDormand, George Clooney, Hamilton Clancy, J.K. Simmons, J.R. Horne, Jacqueline Wright, James Thomas Bligh, Jeffrey DeMunn, John Malkovich, Karla Mosley, Kevin Sussman, Kevin Tan, Kimberly Dorsey, Liam Ferguson, Lil Rhee, Logan Kulick, Lori Hammel, Matt Cannon, Matt Walton, Matthew James Gulbranson, Michael Countryman, Olek Krupa, Patrick Boll, Patrick Michael Strange, Pun Bandhu, Raul Aranas, Richard Jenkins, Richard Poe, RJ Konner, Robert Prescott, Roger Rathburn, Ron Kidd, Sándor Técsy, Stephen Ananicz, Tilda Swinton, Tim Miller, William Fowle, Yury Tsykun|
|Director:||Betsy Magruder, Ethan Coen, Joel Coen|
|Country:||France, United Kingdom, USA|