»A clear message of Argo is that the CIA is constrained from telling us all the good things they do in secret to keep the nation safe. According to Jenkins’s research, this is a repeated lament around the Agency that sometimes reaches the screen, as when the President in In the Company of Spies blurts out, “When the Agency is good, it’s spectacular, and no one even knows!” Argo perfectly realizes this CIA desire.«

Tom Hayden

Tom Hayden about the non fiction book The CIA in Hollywood : How the Agency Shapes Film and Television by Tricia Jenkins. His review at the Los Angeles Review of Books.

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