TV Movie | Not Rated | | Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Johnny works for MI5. His neighbor Nancy approaches him. When his best friend and boss suddenly dies, Johnny's left to sort out things about the PM, MI5 and US.
On why he thinks people responded so well to Page Eight, actor Rupert Graves (who appears in sequels Turks & Caicos (2014) and Salting the Battlefield (2014)), said: "British cinema hadn't made an espionage film in the style of a European thriller in a long time. When I say European I mean it's smart, its got a lot of class and it's elegantly told. It drags you so beautifully along into the story and I think people appreciate not being treated as simpletons. It has a regal, classic elegance to it."
The purpose of intelligence is to find the truth, not to confirm what we already believe. We're meant to look for what's there, not for what we want to be there.
Rollo Maverley: Come on, Johnny! Once they wanted communists, we gave them communists. Now they want ...
At 41:44 the woman from Downing Street tells Worricker that Benedict has died of a heart attack and a coroner is on the way. Coroners in England are not medical examiners. In any event, a forensic pathologist would not be called to a scene of death unless it was considered suspicious or unnatural.
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