Approved | | Drama, Film-Noir, Thriller
During WWII the valet to the British Ambassador to Ankara sells British secrets to the Germans while trying to romance a refugee Polish countess.
During the 1970s the British government declassified a surprisingly large number of documents relating to WW2. It was revealed (for example) that the British had been able to decode German communications encoded with the "Enigma" machine thanks in ... ...
L. C. Moyzisch:
Count Franz Von Papen: The name is the personal choice of Herr Ribbentrop.
L. C. Moyzisch: Has it any significance, sir?
Count Franz Von Papen: None that I know of. Except the surprising fact that Herr Ribbentrop has even heard of Cicero.
Near the beginning of the film, immediately after the reception of the diplomats, there is a scene of the German diplomat's vehicle leaving the reception. While the film takes place during WWII, the car is clearly passed by two early 50s American cars.
Before the movie title: This is a true story. All the exterior scenes in this picture were filmed in the locales associated with the story.
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