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Photo: Focus Features Le Carré instead turned his attention to the equally shady goings-on between governments and multi-national business corporations.
Le Carré neatly side-steps from the world of military espionage into political and industrial espionage, worlds, it turns out, which are unsettlingly alike.
It is satisfying grown-up, less austere and more human, than many of le Carré’s other works.
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Photo: Focus Features Along the way he discovers something about himself – he’s rather tenacious when he puts his mind to it and he is also fairly resilient because he also uncovers things about his wife he never knew.The film is constructed by le Carré as a spy thriller and it works brilliantly as one but Meirelles wants it to be more than that, as with City of God, he wants his audience to think.