American architect Stephen Boyd runs afoul of modern-day terrorists in Paris, and in the process falls for a comely French student (LeMaire) who is part of the terrorist cell. Louis Jourdain is the head of the Paris cell, and in the course of events, two people are murdered by his people, one of them a close friend of the architect. The gal wants nothing to do with murder, and eventually this results in conflict between her and the cell leader. The use of back lot sets is a little too obvious, but Boyd and company keep things moving along. A couple of familiar character actors play supporting roles. The subject may or may not interest you, but the truth is France is in even worse shape today vis a vis terrorists and anarchists. So the episode remains timely.
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