PG | | Thriller
A war veteran tries to investigate the murder of his son who was working as a Russian translator for the British intelligence service during the Cold War. He meets a web of deception and paranoia that seems to be impenetrable.
Some British posters for this movie featured a long text preamble that read: "The Retired Serviceman. The Agent. The G.C.H.Q. man. The Civil Servant. They all know the identity of the country's most dangerous spy. But which one of them will finally blow the whistle?"
The only way we'll know when and at what targets a nuclear button will be pressed is by electronic espionage. That's what makes it so appalling that Dodgson, a self-confessed and convicted Soviet agent, was able to hold a position of trust here for ...
In the final confession letter, the USSR is referred to as the "United States of Soviet Russia", rather than the more accurate translation of the "Union of Soviet Socialist Republics".
$30,035 12 July 1987
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