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The spy's mission is to learn what the President intends to do with the Panama Canal, but he's really in business for himself, blackmailing the tailor into spinning a fantastic tale about the canal being sold to China and former mercenaries ready to topple the current government. How nice to see Pierce Brosnan as a rotter. Without the man-tan make up, you can actually see his freckles.

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A co-production of the Irish government and Columbia Pictures, The Tailor of Panama is an old-fashioned British espionage film that is Euro-light on the violence and silhouette-discreet on the sex. No skitzy MTV editing and no hip hop trendy hits. Which may be heaven for some and limbo for others.

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Pierce is still handsome as hell and he's still a spy. This time he's been exiled to Central America to cool his heels. Overly ambitious, he latches on to local tailor to the rich and powerful and starts to squeeze him for information becoming more ruthless and despicable with every turn.

The colorful Rush obliges him with making stuff up and this leads to all kinds of intrigue. Jamie Lee reprises her wife-who-doesn't-know-her-husband-is-a-spy role that she did in True Lies, but without the little black dress. The humor is very dark and very British. John the spymaster shares screenplay credit along with Andrew Davies and the veddy British director John Boorman, most famous for Deliverance. Yes, this is the man responsible for Dueling Banjos.

Receiving Acad noms for directing Hope and Glory and the Banjo movie, he also has a producing credit here. This is the first film done on location in Panama so the look is fresh and it's beautifully shot by veteran, Phillipe Rousselot who is currently working on Planet of the Apes. This film is getting almost no hype and no promotion.

Again, it's very low key with no gunfire, car chases or blood. Playwright Harold Pinter is in the strangest cameo role you may see this year. There is some stock footage of the political unrest and references to the thoroughly corrupt Central American government with lines from the Tailor like, 'you know what the poor call those? And the 85 banks?

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But then again Traffic didn't win best picture, Gladiator did. Enjoy a night in with these popular movies available to stream now with Prime Video. After a fellow passenger knocked on the roof for the mother, she safely climbed out of the pickup, losing neither the baby nor the bottle of Squirt from her clench worthy of a rugby player. The path swelled wide enough for two lanes, save the occasional stretch where a landslide had dispensed with half the road.

A stop sign, impaling the middle of the highway itself, failed to delay our chiva, the driver actually speeding up at the sign of red. The pebble ensemble responded by improvising a crescendo, as the piercing smell of slash-and-burn farming -- the official scent of the Panamanian countryside -- swam through the chiva. We only traveled 30 miles, but the chiva—part bus, part grain silo, part baby-burper—had bucked me two and a half hours closer to the capital. From the earthen lot doubling as the drop-off point, an unmarked pickup passed me and bounced back towards Yaviza.

A few farmers stood vigilantly in the back. Their 4x4 being just a regular, private truck, it sported neither a tarpaulin nor benches. Second-class travel, I tell you. Excerpted from Is There a Hole in the Boat?: Chowhounding from Anticuchos to Zaino.

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