Funeral in Berlin (1966)

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A British Agent is sent to East Berlin to receive a Communist defector, but the true situation turns out to be rather more complicated.



  • Michael Caine in Funeral in Berlin (1966)
  • Rainer Brandt and Eva Renzi in Funeral in Berlin (1966)
  • Michael Caine in Funeral in Berlin (1966)
  • Eva Renzi in Funeral in Berlin (1966)
  • Michael Caine and Oskar Homolka in Funeral in Berlin (1966)
  • Michael Caine and Eva Renzi in Funeral in Berlin (1966)

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7 April 2007 | comeaus
| Not the Ipcress File...
I think it's best to appreciate this Harry Palmer adventure on it's own merits.

I actually liked this film better than Billion Dollar Brain and I think the story holds up better than both BDB and Ipcress File because there's no wacky "hi-tech" props to get in the way.

Not that I mind the often outlandish gizmos and such of spy-films like these and the Bond-genre. It's just that I found myself engrossed in the story and not distracted by how dated the techno props look decades later.

I also think that this film let's you explore more about Harry's relationship with the job. Especially his dilemma of doing the right thing versus serving his own self-interest. It's not a black and white matter.

I'm happy that this film finally got released on DVD.

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