Breach (2007) Trailer

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Breach 2007 - Trailer

Breach 2007  Trailer
Year: 2007
Genres: Thriller, Drama, Crime, Biography, History
Type: Trailers
Duration: 2M23S
Cast: Bruce Davison, Michael Sercerchi, Laura Linney, Kathleen Quinlan, Aaron Michael Lacey, Dennis Haysbert, David Huband, Jonathan Potts, Richard Fitzpatrick, Jonathan Whittaker, Scott Gibson, Ryan Phillippe, Caroline Dhavernas, Craig Eldridge, Gary Cole, Catherine Burdon, Clare Stone, Jonathan Keltz, Chris Cooper, Jonathon Ruckman, Jonathan Watton, Oula Boubkraoui, Stan Coles, David Frisch, Scott McCulloch, Mathew Lyons, Errol Krass, Greg Campbell, Don Whatley, David Christopher O'Neill
Director(s): Billy Ray

Trailer: Breach (2007)

FBI upstart Eric O"Neill enters into a power game with his boss, Robert Hanssen, an agent who was put on trial for selling secrets to the Soviet Union.

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Breach Trailer - Directed by Billy Ray and starring Chris Cooper, Ryan Phillippe, Gary Cole, Dennis Haysbert, Bruce Davison. Based on the true story, FBI upstart Eric O'Neill enters into a power game with his boss, Robert Hanssen, an agent who was ultimately convicted of selling secrets to the Soviet Union.

Universal - 2007 via Movieclips Classic Trailers

Synopsis:

In February, 2001, Robert Hanssen, a senior agent with 25 years in the FBI, is arrested for spying. Jump back two months: Eric O'Neill, a computer specialist who wants to be made an agent is assigned to clerk for Hanssen and to write down everything Hanssen does. O'Neill's told it's an investigation of Hanssen's sexual habits. Within weeks, the crusty Hanssen, a devout Catholic, has warmed to O'Neill, who grows to respect Hanssen. O'Neill's wife resents Hanssen's intrusiveness; the personal and professional stakes get higher. How they catch Hanssen and why he spies become the film's story. Can O'Neill help catch red-handed "the worst spy in history" and hold onto his personal life?