Clooney plays an assassin hiding in Italy in what The Times' film critic Kenneth Turan describes: "An exercise in style and withheld sentiment, a bleak and atmospheric art house thriller that's more of an aesthetic experience than an emotional one. If Robert Bresson, the austere French minimalist, had directed a James Bond film, it might have turned out like this."
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