PG-13 | | Action, Comedy, Drama
A mismatched team of British Special Services agents led by an American must infiltrate, in disguise, a female-run Enigma factory in Berlin and bring back the decoding device that will end the war.
In this film, comedian Eddie Izzard plays an English soldier who cross-dresses. Eddie is a transvestite himself, and one of his stand-up routines (concerning transvestites in the armed forces) goes, "The main element of attack is the element of surprise. So what could be more surprising than the first battalion transvestite brigade?" (See Eddie Izzard: Dress to Kill (1999)).
I learned to adapt. I even have sex with women.
Tony Parker: Women? How many women?
Franz: 10 or 12.
Tony Parker: 10 or 12?
Franz: I had to make it convincing. It's been seven years.
Tony Parker: Eight is convincing, 12 is enjoying it.
Franz: I was thinking of you every time.
Tony Parker: Oh, yes, how did you ever stop ...
Nicolette Krebitz tells Matt LeBlanc that she got him a long-sleeved dress because "German women don't shave their underarms" (and Matt had shaved). However, she introduces Matt as an Italian, not a German.
English, German, Italian
$15,026 27 October 2002