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Breach (12-Feb-2007)

Director: Billy Ray

Writers: Adam Mazer; Billy Ray; William Rotko

Keywords: Drama, Espionage, Washington DC

A young FBI operative squares off against his boss, a veteran agent suspected of spying for Russian intelligence.

ABSTRACT
Newly-minted FBI employee Eric O'Neill is tasked with going undercover as a clerk for veteran agent Robert Hanssen, told to gather dirt on his sexual proclivities. Eric's mission reveals nothing out of the ordinary regarding Robert's personal life; he finds that he is a devout Catholic, a family man, and evidently committed to his work. Further questioning results in agent Kate Burroughs revealing to Eric that Hanssen is a mole pawning state secrets off on the Russian government, a shocking truth that pushes Eric toward exposing a man who would later be named "the worst spy in American history" despite their thriving friendship.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gary Cole
Actor
20-Sep-1956   Bill in Office Space
Chris Cooper
Actor
9-Jul-1951   American Beauty
Bruce Davison
Actor
28-Jun-1946   Harry and the Hendersons
Caroline Dhavernas
Actor
15-May-1978   Jaye Tyler on Wonderfalls
Dennis Haysbert
Actor
2-Jun-1954   President David Palmer on 24
Laura Linney
Actor
5-Feb-1964   Meryl in The Truman Show
Reagan Pasternak
Actor
8-Mar-1977   Julianne Giacomelli on Being Erica
Ryan Phillippe
Actor
10-Sep-1974   Little Boy Blue
Kathleen Quinlan
Actor
19-Nov-1954   I Never Promised You a Rose Garden

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