A British mathematician, working on code decryption, unexpectedly falls in love with another decrypter. This leads them to a complicated intrigue within the codebreakers. Written by
Steve Crook <email@example.com>
No secret is secret from Sebastian and his 100 gorgeous codebreakers
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Did You Know?
Originally planned as a reunion between the writer (Leo Marks
) and the director (Michael Powell
) of Peeping Tom
(1960), this was inspired by Marks's own wartime career as an ace code-breaker. However, the notoriety of "Peeping Tom" made it hard to get the project off the ground. Powell became connected with American producer Herbert Brodkin
during the making of the TV series Espionage
(1963), and hoped that Brodkin's interest would get "Sebastian" made; when it finally was, both he and Marks were replaced. Powell had to be content with a producing credit, whilst Marks was credited solely with the story. See more
[answering the phone
Abbey nine seven double three...
Is there someone there called, Sebastian... oh... Sebastian someone?
I met him in Oxford in the spring and he offered me a job
A girl who says you offered her a job... in the spring
In the spring?
Ah! Licence number 66-0-F-Y-H
[he picks up the handset
Out of My Mind
Performed by Max Baer
& The Chicago Setback See more