PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
In the early 1960s, CIA agent Napoleon Solo and KGB operative Illya Kuryakin participate in a joint mission against a mysterious criminal organization, which is working to proliferate nuclear weapons.
When Kuryakin is waiting outside of the hotel, there is an Exacta SLR on the roof of his car. The Exacta was made in Dresden, East Germany, and would be an appropriate camera for a Soviet spy.
That warhead, although not nuclear, shouldn't have any trouble obliterating a medium-sized fishing boat. The aforementioned warhead launched... 45 seconds ago. Giving you about 30 seconds until impact.
Napoleon Solo: It won't trigger a nuclear warhead, as that ...
Napoleon Solo: ...
The dialogue uses phrases that were not in use until much later than the time period of the film. For example, Gaby says "I'm outta here", and Ilya refers to Napoleon's bugging devices as "low tech". Those are not 1960s terms.
The Warner Bros/Ritchie Wigram logos, opening credits and part of the closing credits appear in a red line containing 1960s documentation, which includes dossiers on the UNCLE crew.
English, Russian, German, Italian
$3,199,543 (Russia) (16 August 2015)
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