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Paranoia (15-Aug-2013)

Director: Robert Luketic

Writers: Jason Hall; Barry L. Levy

From novel by: Joseph Finder

Keywords: Thriller, Corporate Crime

A young recruit eager to save his hide at a high-powered tech firm is offered the chance to save his job in return for the completion of a risky assignment.

ABSTRACT
Adam Cassidy, a young employee at a large tech corporation, finds his standing in his workplace jeopardized when he takes part in a prank that sees him getting reprimanded by management. Looking to save his job, he agrees to an offer handed to him by his superiors to engage in corporate espionage, soon finding himself in a perilous and high-stakes position as he is tasked with spying on a rival company.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Embeth Davidtz
Actor
11-Aug-1965   Matilda
Richard Dreyfuss
Actor
29-Oct-1947   Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Meredith Eaton
Actor
26-Aug-1974   Dwarf actress
Harrison Ford
Actor
13-Jul-1942   Han Solo in Star Wars
Amber Heard
Actor
22-Apr-1986   And Soon The Darkness
Liam Hemsworth
Actor
13-Jan-1990   The Hunger Games
Josh Holloway
Actor
20-Jul-1969   Sawyer on Lost
Kevin Kilner
Actor
3-May-1958   Earth: Final Conflict
Julian McMahon
Actor
27-Jul-1968   Dr. Christian Troy on Nip/Tuck
Mark Moses
Actor
24-Feb-1958   Paul Young on Desperate Housewives
Gary Oldman
Actor
21-Mar-1958   Sid Vicious in Sid and Nancy
Lucas Till
Actor
10-Aug-1990   Hannah Montana: The Movie

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