Following the death of his son, in a skiing accident in the Austrian Alps, the cold and emotion-less Dan Slater travels to Austria for the funeral. In the face of official indifference he decides to investigate and little by little strange inconsistencies start to appear leading Dan to conclude that the death of his son was no accident. A retired, former undercover operative, Frank Wheatley, whom he had hoped would watch out for his son proves useless as Dan seeks out the murderer's. Eventually, Dan finds Gina, the companion of wealthy socialite Mrs. Carrington, who puts him on the correct trail little realizing that he is falling into a cunning, cleverly thought out trap laid by Berthold. Berthold hopes to kidnap Slater and substitute him with an exact double in order to obtain a mole in the highest echelons of the CIA. Will he succeed or will Frank and Gina realize something is amiss and rescue Slater? Written by
Mark Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The key man to the most daring plot ever concocted by the secret agents of two worlds!
Did You Know?
The mountain range vista seen in the movie is the Tyrolean Alps situated in the state of Tyrol in western Austria. This espionage film is notable for its snow-capped scenery and was released before the snow-laden James Bond movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service
(1969). The late aerial cameraman John Jordan
who died whilst working on Catch-22
(1970) worked on both these spy movies. See more
A line can be seen on the backdrop just before Berthold starts to ski after Slater and Gina. See more
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