PG | | Drama
At the behest of an old and dear friend, playwright Lillian Hellman undertakes a dangerous mission to smuggle funds into Nazi Germany.
Alvin Sargent was initially quite reluctant to write the script, but eventually relented after much persuasion from producer Richard Roth. He admitted that he finally got interested in the work only after when he wrote the flashback sequence of ... ...
What funny talk. You're talkin' like a foreigner.
Lillian: I'm sorry, Alan. I'm sorry I don't talk as good as you do in Virginia.
The same locomotive is pulling the train from Berlin to Moscow even though it is a different train. In addition, a single steam locomotive would never have been used from Paris to Berlin, let alone Paris to Moscow.
English, French, German, Russian
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