A spy is looking for his old colleague who now works for the other side.

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Crawford
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Higbe
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Doggett
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Roskov
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Adriana
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Sophia
Paul Maxwell ...
Esterbrook
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Merriman
Don Fellows ...
O'Brian
Blain Fairman ...
Geneva Station Chief
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Secretary of State
Bozidar Smiljanic ...
T.V. Reporter (as Bozo Smiljanic)
Sanja Plepelic ...
Michelle
Slobodan Dimitrijevic ...
Security Man
Marija Kohn ...
Soprano
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A spy is looking for his old colleague who now works for the other side.

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spy | secret | cia | kgb | agent | See All (6) »

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Thriller

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11 September 1988 (USA)  »

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Intriga  »

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Whilst our man is waiting to have his papers checked, we see a fax arriving in the guard house. The fax machine is clearly a small thermal unit typical of the era - but we hear the sound of a dot-matrix printer. See more »

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Really Enjoyed this film.
16 September 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I have recently watched this film twice and really enjoyed it. American Scott Glenn is a CIA operative based in Brussels who is asked to go to Bucharest to arrange the escape of his former friend and mentor, who some years earlier had defected to the Russians. This is not a glossy production and the grainy look of the film I think adds to the atmosphere of Eastern European locations. A sprinkling of British actors appear like Eleanor Bron who helps him with his escape plan in Bucharest, and the lovely Cherie Lunghi who is an old girl friend of Glenn's and runs an art gallery in Venice. Leading the chase for Glenn is good old Martin Shaw playing A KGB Colonel. A far cry from The Professionals. I am fond of espionage films and thought this a good spy yarn.


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