The Sentinel - In 141 Years The CIA Has Never Had a Traitor...

Posted on: April 20, 2006 | Views: 0 | Comment

Pete (Michael Douglas) and The First Lady (Kim Basinger) discuss the possible link between the threat on the president and having one of the agents turn traitor.

Michael Douglas plays Pete Garrison the most decorated agent in the history of the Secret Service, but now, wrongly suspected of targeting the president for assassination, Garrison has become the Service's worst nightmare. As he uses his formidable skills to try and prove his innocence and find the real assassin, Garrison is tracked by his equally adept former partner Kiefer Sutherland's character, David Breckinridge.

The film is based on the novel of the same name by former Secret Service Agent Gerald Petievich. 

politicians • politics • CIA • Kim Basinger • assassins • michael douglas • kiefer sutherland • eva longoria