The Spanish Prisoner

Playwright-filmmaker David Mamet goes Hitchcockian in this thriller involving an elaborate con game. A naive inventor (Campbell Scott) develops a formula for something called "the process" and soon finds himself a victim of industrial espionage. This acclaimed film also stars Ben Gazzara, Ricky Jay and Steve Martin.

Year: 1998
Genre: Thrillers & Suspense, Film Festivals 1998, Nick's Favourites, David Mamet
Country: USA
Director: David Mamet
Starring: Campbell Scott, Steve Martin, Rebecca Pidgeon
Duration: 105 Minutes
Rating: PG
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