The Anderson Tapes

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Released 1971

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Director:
Sidney Lumet
Released:
1971
Rating:
PG
The Anderson Tapes is a classic caper film set along the backdrop of a posh East Side New York apartment building. The movie tells the story of Duke Anderson (Sean Connery), a former expert safecracker just out of prison after a 10-year sentence. While paying a visit to his former flame Ingrid (Dyan Cannon), Duke comes up with a plan to rob the posh apartment building and rounds up a top-notch team of criminals to carry out his scheme. However, what Duke and his team fail to realize is that times have changed, and now the apartment building is covered in high tech video surveillance equipment. Duke and his team carry out their plan, unaware that they are all being video taped. The Anderson Tapes is directed by Sidney Lumet (Dog Day Afternoon, Family Business, Until The Devil Knows You're Dead) and also stars Alan King and Christopher Walken (in his film debut).
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