Our Kind of Traitor Synopsis
While on holiday in Marrakech, an ordinary English couple, Perry and Gail , befriend a flamboyant and charismatic Russian, Dima, who unbeknownst to them is a kingpin money launderer for the Russian mafia.
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Movie Reviews

Might have been a good movie but....

By mmgibbons
shallow, stupid, over acting, predictable, brooding characters which added nothing, underwhelming in every sense....

Best spy thriller in a while

By vsteele9
This movie was such a suspenseful thriller that I was on the edge of my seat edge for the entire show. The directing and acting was excellent. The characters were well developed and the ending was...

By ronlaw777
Go to the movie if you have read the book. Otherwise, forget it. They always try to do Le Carre's novels in a two hour movie, and it never works. It should have been a six hour miniseries on TV,...

Generic script and the russian accents were very non-authentic

By markokayo

Loved it!

By BHS-Houston

Our kind of Traitor

By erusche
Really well-done spy story...plot and acting were superb. So glad to see a spy story with clear intentions and action....we did enjoy this film a lot....

our Kind of Traitor

By Aquiladaf01
Good movie for what it is. A must for John LeCarre readers....

Liked it!

By purplefleur
Despite some of the bad reviews, I liked it! I didn't read the book- just live spy movies!...

My Heart Was Pounding

By TorchyHunter
I don't seek out this genre, and the only LeCarre novel I had previously read was "The Spy Who Came In From The Cold" so I wasn't expected to be as affected as I was. Walking out of the theater, my...

Very Entertaining

By betsymorley
Think of any one of the Mission Impossible movies and remove the special effects and you've got this film. Beautiful scenery, great acting, international intrigue. Loved it....

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Rated R | For Language Throughout, Brief Drug Use, Nudity, Some Sexuality and Violence.
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Interesting relationships in violent John le Carré thriller.
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