Harry Pearce and the entire team are taken prisoner by a retired ex-agent, Angela Wells, who believes she has evidence that the British security services killed Princess Diana. Her evidence is a report, dated several months before the Princess' death, from a confidential intelligence committee that outlines in great detail how the murder was to take place. It also reveals that Harry was the committee's Chairman. Wells has a bomb with her and makes it quite plain that she is prepared to die to get to the truth. The agent's look into her story unaware that she has a far larger agenda and a far greater objective in mind. Written by
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Malcolm's unsettling use of the word "sweet" to describe lethal technology is a reference to a speech J. Robert Oppenheimer made at a Hearing before the Personnel Security Board of the United States Atomic Energy Commission in 1954: "When you see something that is technically sweet, you go ahead and do it and you argue about what to do about it only after you have had your technical success." See more
In the suicide scene, the man holds a gun to his head and the hammy is clearly pulled. When we hear the gun fire, the hammer doesn't move. See more
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