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Oscar Homolka in Alfred Hitchock's Sabotage.

As compulsively watchable as it is, Hitchcock's Sabotage makes a real hash out of Conrad's The Secret Agent–that prescient novel which so accurately predicted the ways in which radical underground groups could be penetrated and manipulated by intelligence agencies into doing the repressive work of the state.

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