The Falcon and the Snowman The Falcon and the Snowman
Christopher Boyce is an all-American boy, studying for the priesthood in a seminary,
Christopher Boyce is an all-American boy, studying for the priesthood in a seminary, but Boyce decides to drop out of school, and with the help of his father, a FBI agent, he gets a job working for the CIA in a message-routing center. While reading the messages, Boyce is shocked to learn that the CIA is involved in fixing Australian elections. Watching the Watergate hearings on television, he feels an ever-mounting sense of outrage at the arrogance of the U.S. government and decides to do something about it. Deciding to supply the CIA messages to the Russians, he enlists his childhood friend Daulton Lee to help him. Lee is to deliver the CIA secrets to a Russian operative at the Soviet Embassy in Mexico City. But Lee is an unreliable drug dealer, and his sloppy spy trail leads the two old friends into more trouble than they bargained for.