TV Movie | R | | Action, Thriller
A retired British spy is called back into service by his government to help prevent North Korea from getting its hands on a deadly virus called "The Red Death".
In the cabaret scene, Harry's Russian friend offers him a Luger or a Colt, "or its Russian equivalent". Harry asks for the Colt, but the friend hands him a Nagant M1895 revolver, obviously what he meant by "the Russian equivalent".
What do they say at Airport security? Is this your bag? Did you pack it yourself? Did anyone give you a present?
Early on, during a gunfight in an alley after the market scene the windscreen of a car is shot and shown in pieces. Afterwards they get in the car to escape and the windscreen has returned, intact.
The version that aired on The Movie Channel in 1997 was cut from 122 to 101 minutes. Among the scenes cut was Sue Lloyd's onscreen appearance. This version was released on VHS and DVD. In 2001, the full version was released on DVD as a "special edition".
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