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The Quiller Memorandum
Reviewed by: John GallagherRead John Gallagher's film review of The Quiller Memorandum
With a single disc, you don't expect a lot when it comes to extras and this is no exception.
You have your trailer (cheesiest trailer I have ever seen, with one of the worst voice-overs to go along with it). The cast and crew interviews are with George Segal, who tells us what German phrases he has picked up since working on the movie, Alec Guinness (the interviewer opens up by telling us that Sir Alec knows tons about Germany, but when the man himself responds he informs us that he knows nothing) Senta Berger, who says she was happy to be cast as the only woman in the film, although she does actually share two scenes with another woman, who has a pivotal role in the film, Max Von Sydow, who talks about the movie and his role in it, director Michael Anderson and producer Ivan Foxwell. In addition, there is a stills gallery.
For a one disc, that's not bad.Reviewed on: 21 May 2006