PART OF A PROUD TRADITION Aug 22, 2013
by Andrew M
Like many films from the early U.S. paranoia era (Three days of the Condor, All The President's Men, etc.), The Parallax View suffers a bit from long stretches of deep silence as shadows threaten to submerge both character and story. However, also like these other classics, The Parallax View has aged well, and not only because of the constant presence of governmental and corporate duplicity and malfeasance in our own time. This is a fine film, well worth repeated viewings.