This crime thriller about an assassin hides out in Italy for one last assignment.
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George Clooney's character chews gum a lot in the film because the character simply doesn't have a lot of dialogue and director Anton Corbijn wanted Clooney's face to not be completely static throughout. This is also another reference to spaghetti Westerns as Clint Eastwood - also a strong, silent character - would often be smoking a cigar. Read More