admits he was a spy, but remains reticent as to his actual activities.
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In the present atmosphere of clandestine operations, as the result of which the public has been ill-informed and too often kept in the dark, John Le Carre
has fashioned a novel built around a bungled black op covered up for three years.
The 55-year-old actor, who played George Smiley in the critically acclaimed British spy thriller, said that he loved playing the character in the film and John Le Carre
is very keen to do a film based on his novel' Smiley' People', Metro.
She chats with the likes of Nadine Gordimer, John Le Carre
, Mario Vargas Llosa, and Toni Morrison, painting evocative portraits of each.
As serious as this all sounds, and it is, le Carre
spends plenty of time poking fun (tinged with disgust) at the babbling justifications for keeping secrets and condoning murder that spew from the mouths of Britain's intelligence gatherers and governmental flacks.
may be 81 but this is his best book in years.
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The big question - and one Le Carre
himself asked when the film was announced - is whether such a hefty novel can be comfortably condensed into a feature length movie.
Swedish director Tomas Alfredson has masterfully brought to life the well-known 1974 novel by John le Carre
in just over two hours of espionage, intrigue and mystery.