Actress Coral Browne travels to Moscow, and meets a mysterious Englishman. Turns out he's the notorious spy, Guy Burgess. Based on a true story, with Ms. Browne playing herself. Written by
David Spalding <http://korova.com/film>
Did You Know?
When Coral, in Burgess' flat, says 'The theatre's in a dreadful state', her lips are out of sync. See more
Outside Shakespeare, the word "treason" to me means nothing - only you pissed in our soup, and we drank it.
[At end of opening credits] "Although some incidents are imaginary... this is a true story. It happened to Coral Browne in 1958." See more