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Millennium Approaches: The Messenger 

Cohn tells Joe how he was responsible for having the Rosenbergs - an American couple suspected of being Soviet espionage agents - executed. Fantasy begins to seep into reality when, soon ... See full summary »

Director:

Mike Nichols

Writer:

Tony Kushner
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Justin Kirk ... Prior Walter
Al Pacino ... Roy Cohn
Mary-Louise Parker ... Harper Pitt
Ben Shenkman ... Louis Ironson
Meryl Streep ... Hannah Pitt / Ethel Rosenberg
Emma Thompson ... Nurse Emily / Homeless Woman / The Angel
Jeffrey Wright ... Belize / Mr. Lies
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Storyline

Cohn tells Joe how he was responsible for having the Rosenbergs - an American couple suspected of being Soviet espionage agents - executed. Fantasy begins to seep into reality when, soon after, a dead Ethel Rosenberg appears to Cohn and as classic retribution, making fun of his slow death. Joe sees Louis in Central Park at night and he touches Louis' face. The Angel crashes through the ceiling and tells Prior there is work to be done. Written by D. MacCann

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Drama | Fantasy | Romance

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Release Date:

10 December 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Millennium Approaches: Chapter Three: The Messenger See more »

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In both this film, and in "The Godfather, Part II", Al Pacino's character (Roy Cohn and Michael Corleone respectively) speaks the line "You broke my heart" to someone who has betrayed him. See more »

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