By Meir Doron, Joseph Gelman
Arnon Milchan has led a mystery double existence. the type of lifestyles one might examine in a John Le Carré undercover agent novel or in a film made by means of Hollywood colleagues Steven Spielberg or Oliver Stone. this can be the tale of a undercover agent, of nuclear proliferation, billion-dollar high-tech safeguard transactions, ideology, patriotism, love, heartbreak, and the awe inspiring Hollywood occupation of a mysterious multi-millionaire. In a real tale that places James Bond to disgrace, Confidential info with nail-biting suspense how manufacturer Arnon Milchan developed from his early life into probably the most very important covert brokers that Israeli intelligence has ever fielded. From Iran to South Africa, from Poland to Taiwan and the united states, Confidential casts a world web to show the mythical manufacturer of blockbusters like Pretty Woman, LA Confidential, and Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Meir Doron and Joseph Gelman methodically unveil Arnon Milchan's function as a key participant in lots of of Israel s most vital intelligence operations. Confidential is jam-packed with beautiful new revelations and opens a window into the area of a key covert operative, who developed right into a actual member of Hollywood's royal elite.
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Not really,’ said Charlie. ’ That had been after Charlie was stupid enough to make a pilgrimage to Sir Archibald’s grave. British Intelligence had picked him up there and started the pursuit. What logic said it had been all right for them to set him up to be killed in East Berlin, then label him a renegade, to be hunted and assassinated because he had fought back and exposed them for their stupidity? Only Willoughby had understood, because the same men had caused his father’s suicide. So only Willoughby had helped.
Then again, it might be interesting. I think we should look a little deeper, that’s all. ’ Nelson went back to the window, looking now not out over the harbour but down into the streets far below. ‘This might be an English colony,’ he reflected, ‘but it’s China down there, in almost everything but name …’ He turned back to Charlie. ‘Westerners aren’t allowed beneath any surface here. ’ ‘Nowhere can be as closed as that,’ protested Charlie. ‘Hong Kong is,’ insisted Nelson. ‘Believe me. ’ Nelson shook his head.
The rules don’t allow it,’ she said. ’ he demanded, trying to curb the anger. ‘The rules by which the British expatriates live,’ she said. He laughed, trying to relax her. She remained stiff in the seat beside him. ‘Don’t be silly,’ he pleaded. ‘I know them,’ she insisted. ’ ‘Come on,’ he said, determinedly getting out of the vehicle. He walked around to the passenger side, opening her door. She stayed staring ahead. ‘Come on,’ he repeated. She didn’t move. ‘Please,’ he said. He had begun to enunciate clearly, a man intending to show his words and judgment were unaffected by the mid-morning whisky back at the apartment.