That said, we can make out the man's bare back, see some slight movement, and hear some heavy breathing in what later is revealed to be surveillance footage of said encounter. We hear audio from the above sex surveillance tape, with some heavy breathing. We later see a grainy, black and white still photo of that encounter that, like above, doesn't show any details except a possible view of his bare butt, but the image quality is so bad it's hard to tell.
We see male pledges of a secret society wrestling nude in some mud we see some bare butts and current members urinating down onto them from above.
We later see Edward nude in front of members for more initiation, but nothing is seen. We then see a side view of him lying nude facing up, but no genitals are seen, although the side of his bare butt is.
In college, Edward's male college professor possibly seems to be coming on to him, taping the young man's shoulder with his cane. Laura asks fellow student Edward if he'd like to get a room for them. The scene then cuts to them passionately kissing and starting to undress in that room she in a slip with the straps down off her shoulder , but she then stops them, saying she can't have sex.
Margaret shows some cleavage. She gets on top of him, there's the motion of her dress coming up and her undoing his pants nothing is seen and then him rolling over on top of her. Before she'll let him have sex, she repeatedly asks if he loves her they've just met.
We then see them having sex a full side shot with movement as well as an overhead head and shoulders view and hear related sounds. We later hear she got pregnant from this encounter. We see Edward kissing Laura on the beach, but they're interrupted by Margaret's brother informing Edward that Margaret is pregnant. Laura, who can read lips, sees that news and then leaves. We see a flashback to the above, grainy and black and white footage of the sexual encounter.
While typing up a report, Edward asks Ray how you spell syphilis, with Ray saying it's just one "L" and that he's never had it during mention that Hitler had it. Arch comments on Dr.
Fredericks' "ridiculous sexual tastes" for men and that he isn't discriminating in his partners. He asks if she wants him to, she says very much, and we then see them together in bed after sex. We then see her in a towel along with a brief glimpse of her bare breast. We see an old photo of various men in era-appropriate swimsuits.
Edward cheats on Margaret by having sex with his former lover Laura who he runs into at a play. We see them having sex under the covers his bare back, movement between her legs under the covers, and her sounds. During interrogation of a Russian informant, the man's clothes are stripped off him and we briefly and partially see his full frontal nudity. Moments later, the man then stands up fully nude Ray's head in the foreground of the shot blocks our view of his crotch , runs toward the closed window we see his bare butt and crashes through it.
We don't see the impact below, but do see a long view of his nude body bare butt on the street below. We see Edward's young adult son in just a towel. Fredericks and Margaret smoke at least once and she has a cigarette by her in another scene , while a whole host of minor and miscellaneous characters smoke mostly cigarettes, along with pipes and cigars in many different scenes.
Edward gets a call announcing the birth of his son meaning he's missed that due to work. Edward talks to his son on the phone and the boy mentions his mom, her new friend, and that man's new car thus making Edward suspicious of her possibly cheating on him. Edward finally arrives home after six years of being away, with his wife saying she now goes by her real name compared to what he once called her and that they should sleep in separate beds until they get to know each other again.
Margaret reports some time after the fact that her brother was killed in Burma in Margaret admits that while Edward was gone for six years working, she was with a man once. Edward then admits that he made a similar "mistake. She's later mad at him and he back at her, stating that she never tell anyone what he does.
She then complains that she lives with a ghost. Margaret receives photos of Edward having an affair we don't see the shots and she confronts him at a public dinner, yelling that he disgusts and humiliates her. Edward and Margaret get into a verbal fight over their son wanting to join the CIA and her wanting Edward to stop him.
He then says he married her because of the boy referring to her being pregnant in the past. There's a reference to Margaret's father having passed away.
Margaret tells Edward that she's moving to Phoenix to live with her mother. A Russian spy tells Edward he can protect Edward's son as long as Edward helps him when assistance is needed in the future. He then adds that Edward must determine whether his son or country is more important to him, with Edward eventually choosing the latter. Edward's young adult son tells him that he was always afraid growing up because everything was a secret. Edward as an adult finally reads his father's suicide note from long ago.
When done, he burns the note. The CIA and other government agencies involving in spying, those who work for them, and the effect of their work on their private lives. The comment that people who really love each other don't have secrets. Secret societies such as the Skull and Bones. The comment that lying equals no trust, which means nothing is safe. Edward asks Sam if he wants the then college student to spy on his poetry professor. Sam replies he wants him to be a good citizen. There's some brief footage of Adolf Hitler.
Fredericks tells Edward he'll be lucky if he finds someone he can trust in their business, adding that he hasn't. Sullivan believing the peacetime CIA should be the eyes and ears of the country, but not the heart and soul.
Philip rhetorically asks Edward what makes people like them do the sort of work they do for such little pay, and when they always have to look behind their backs. A Russian informant claims that the power of Russia is now a myth and that the American government continues to perpetuate it so that they can keep the military in power. We then see more archival footage of a body being pulled out of the water and other bodies in the sand, but there's no blood.
Edward comments about being 6-years-old and hearing a gunshot from his father's office and then going there which we see and finding his dead father lying on the floor with a small pool of blood next to him from a suicide. We see bombed out buildings in London following the Blitz of the result of unseen violence. We see a distant view of men struggling with an agent who's to be killed. That agent is then taken off, we hear anguished screaming, and Edward runs up just in time to see men roll the agent's body into a body of water.
We see bombed out buildings in post-war Berlin. A suspected female spy is shot twice and murdered, with a little blood on her and an adjacent wall.
A severed finger is discovered in a can of coffee as a signal to others that a spy was found. Soldiers with rifles raid a party and forcibly take several people away. Ray punches a Russian informant in the face, knocking him over in his chair and slightly cutting his nose. He then repeatedly slaps this man's face, eventually bloodying it to the point that blood runs down his face to his chest.
Later, the informant's face is all bloody and swollen. His clothes are then stripped off and we briefly and partially see his full frontal nudity as the torture continues, including putting a hood on him, subjecting him to ice water, and giving him LSD. The man then stands up fully nude Ray's head in the foreground of the shot blocks our view of his crotch , runs toward the closed window and crashes through it.
We don't see the impact below, but do see a long view of his nude body bare butt on the street with a pool of blood around him. A female spy is grabbed and then thrown from a plane in flight. We see her falling through the air, but don't see the deadly impact below. Other new and recent reviews include: By entering this site you acknowledge to having read and agreed to the above conditions.