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Beirut: Directed by Brad Anderson. With Jon Hamm, Jay Potter, Khalid Benchagra, Ania Josse. Caught in the crossfires of civil war, CIA operatives must send a former U.S. diplomat to negotiate for the life of a friend he left behind.

“Thatu0026#39;s the basis for this taut, fast-paced actioner set in the Middle East of the 70u0026#39;s. John Hamm is a State Dept. negotiator coaxed out of retirement to find an American operative held by (select one) the Palestinians, Israelis, Lebanese or maybe the PLO. Be sure to bring a pad and pencil to keep track of the cast and which side they are on, because you never know in u0026quot;Beirutu0026quot;.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eFor some reason, this picture is getting bad ratings from IMDb contributors. I donu0026#39;t know if here is a Hollywood conspiracy against it, but the bad reviewers are way off. u0026quot;Beirutu0026quot; needs to be seen by fans of edge-of-your-seat thriller fans. Just pay close attention as some info goes by quickly, which is in keeping with the complex plot and brisk pace of the movie.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eMy star rating is in the heading. The website no longer prints mine.”


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