CIA analyst Riley Connors (Valene Kane) pulls a Snowden and releases specific information about The Company spying on innocent citizens without cause or warrant. America is divided on her whistle blowing until a man on the list suddenly turns terrorist. She ends up in Columbia with her reporter enabler Estelle (Marcela Mar). Riley's CIA boyfriend (Charlie Weber) pops up with a plan for her to redeem herself and get a Presidential pardon, but it requires that she goes out into the filed. The film had the expected twists and ending. The production was more drama than action-thriller and needed better dialogue. I felt the role was too big for Valene Kane clearly a miscast. She reminded more of Alley McBeal. And the CIA can freeze an account without transferring the funds out. Guide: F-word. Implied sex. No nudity
CIA analyst Riley Quinn lost everything when she blew the whistle on the US government. Hunted into exile, she escaped to Colombia. Two years later, she is living a loner lifestyle when suddenly a CIA Agent shows up with an offer.
September 27, 2020