Despite a screenplay written by Norman Mailer, this made-for-network-TV movie is a methodical biopicture that never manages to generate any suspense. An FBI agent since 1979, FBI desk jockey Robert Hanssen (William Hurt) is passed over for a promotion after six years on the job and demands an explanation from his boss, Mike Fine (Ron Silver). Fine explains that though Hanssen's technology savvy is beyond reproach, his people skills need some work. So Hanson decides that if he can't impress the FBI, he'll undermine for a price. The status-conscious Hanssen sells secrets to the KGB agents lodged at Washington D.C.'s Russian Embassy, and is eventually forced to c...