>Thanks, Peter, for mentioning this. I didn't know there was a film
version, much less with Guiness, and I was just wondering >whether one had
been made. I'd stumbled across the paperback recently and read it in the
hope it would be as good as The >Quiet American. I was a bit disappointed,
but still 'twas a fun read. Also thought it seemed like the inspiration for
the recent >film, The Tailor of Panama.
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