(holding a report), TRASK, a New York detective,
Cable, and the plant director, STREIGER.
jurisdiction of this bureau, and
since subject Thom --
It's been almost a year! Tom
Grunemann's been missing for a
year. And all the FBI has to offer
is a report that must bore even
Are you closing the case?
No sir, we don't state that. We're
But you don't find it worth much
Well Mr. Cable, you've got me here
from the Bureau. You got Lieutenant
Trask here from New York
representing his department and I
Why couldn't you ever find out
anything from the girl?
(refers the question)
(summarizes from notes)
We first hold her under
surveillance expectin your boy
Grunemann to show up there. Didn't.
on a CP charge, convicted, two
month's women's city prison, offer
to reduce sentence, she cooperated.
Four interrogations. She thought
those letters from before, she made
that connection -- but she hadn't
seen him since and couldn't
identify his photograph and she --
Oh a good call girl, she'll turn
The faces get blurred.
she's reported several, you know,
like breather calls,
anonymous phone calls, also
watching her, things like that. So
conceivable Grunemann's still
around there, just hangin around
her, spooking her. But you know,
Synopsis: Klute is a 1971 American crime-thriller film directed and produced by Alan J. Pakula, written by Andy and Dave Lewis, and starring Jane Fonda, Donald Sutherland, Charles Cioffi, and Roy Scheider. It tells the story of a high-priced prostitute who assists a detective in solving a missing person case. Klute is the first installment of what informally came to be known as Pakula's "paranoia trilogy". The other two films in the trilogy are The Parallax View (1974) and All the President's Men (1976).