The film was produced by Gary Barber's and Roger Birnbaum's production company Spyglass Entertainment, with financial support from Disney's Touchstone Pictures and German film financing company Epsilon Motion Pictures (which was owned by the Kirch Group at the time). It was mainly filmed in Toronto and Niagara-on-the-Lake in Canada, with some landmark scenes, such as that from the Iwo Jima Memorial by the Arlington National Cemetery, shot in and around Washington, D.C. The film’s working title was "The Farm".
- 1 Клаус БадельтMain Title 2:24
- 2 Клаус БадельтSpartacus 1:31
- 3 Клаус БадельтTo the Farm 3:16
- 4 Клаус БадельтCIA Training 3:41
- 5 Клаус БадельтLie Detector 1:52
- 6 Клаус БадельтTalking Over Crabs 1:16
- 7 Клаус БадельтHijacked 6:48
- 8 Клаус БадельтYou're Going To Langley 1:47
- 9 Клаус БадельтLayla 2:32
- 10 Клаус БадельтUnder Covers 1:53
- 11 Клаус БадельтA Bug For Breakfast 7:10
- 12 Клаус БадельтAftermath 4:30
- 13 Клаус БадельтNothing Is What It Seems 6:33
- 14 Клаус БадельтTarget Is Burke 4:30
|Runtime||1 hr 55 min|
|Budget||$46 000 000|
|Premiere: World||$101 191 884 February 27, 2003|
|USA||$52 802 140|
|Other countries||$48 389 744|
|Box Office – Budget||$55 191 884|
|Premiere: USA||$52 802 140 January 28, 2003|
|first day||$5 328 802|
|Digital: World||October 19, 2011|
|Parental Advisory||Frightening & Intense Scenes, Profanity, ...|
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|Also Known As|| |
The Farm (United States)
La recrue (Switzerland)
DescriptionA brilliant young CIA trainee is asked by his mentor to help find a mole in the Agency.
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