Frank Langella stars in this tale about an elderly ex–jewel thief and his robot assistant.
Starring Frank Langella and James Marsden
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2004: Frank Langella is coming off a tough stretch in his career. His most prominent role in the past few years is as Aertes in an NBC miniseries of Jason and the Argonauts; his performance as "Voice of the Dragon" was just cut out of Red Dragon. Langella shoots an independent comedy called Breaking the Fifth…