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>Dr Pavel, I'm CIA
Is there a single line of dialogue in cinema that is more perfect than this? It perfectly sums up Gillen's character in 4 words.
First of all, he addresses Dr Pavel by simply saying "Dr Pavel". Not "Good afternoon Dr Pavel" or "Hello Dr Pavel", it shows that he means business and he is straight to the point. He does not bother to greet the man who gave Dr Pavel over to him, he only cares about his end goal (escorting Pavel back to the States) and everyone else in the mission is irrelevant to him.
Then he says "I'm CIA". He doesn't give his name or even an agent name. He simply says that he works for the CIA. And he doesn't even say "I'm an agent who works for the CIA", he refers to himself as the agency itself. It doesn't matter who he is, what matters is his plan (which later gets echoed back to him when he talks to Bane).