The Double stars Richard Gere, Topher Grace and Martin Sheen.
The Setup: Ex-spies, double agents, assassins, desk jockeys and a decades-old vendetta come together in The Double. Richard Gere is Paul, the ex-spy, and Topher Grace is Ben, the FBI desk jockey he's paired with to find a Russian assassin who's just killed a U.S. senator. Martin Sheen is Tom, the head of the CIA and the man who has tapped Paul for the mission. Just to be clear, this is not a buddy movie, it's a straight-up thriller.
We're not giving anything away by saying, yes, there is a double agent, but director Michael Brandt (who shares co-writing credits with Derek Haas) manages to keep the who and why of it all under wraps to the very end. Brandt doesn't throw in any misdirects; he gives us all the information we need to figure out what's going on. Still, no matter what you think you know, you haven't got the full picture until the credits start to roll.