Robbed of his birthright, Arthur comes up the hard way in the back alleys of the city. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, he is forced to acknowledge his true legacy - whether he likes it or not.
1942: The Third Reich is at its peak. The Czech resistance in London decides to plan the most ambitious military operation of WWII: Anthropoid. Two young recruits in their late twenties, ... See full summary »
In order to expand the storyline and its universe of paranoia, cunning, betrayal and reversal of unexpected situations, the authors were inspired by the great classics of espionage, such as The Third Man of Carol Reed or Three Days of the Condor, thriller of Sydney Pollack centered on a plot, but also of more contemporary genre works, like the saga Jason Bourne.
In addition to the FBI, a CIA adviser and a former member of the US Navy Commando, Navy SEAL, have been very supportive of the most technical aspects of the scenario and have enabled Peter O'Brien to master the jargon necessary to ensure the authenticity of the film. See more »
A British character refers to the 'Elevators' on the outside of Wembley Stadium (which do not exist in real life), he should have said 'Lift' which is the British word for Elevator. See more »
I loved this movie. It's great to see a spy thriller with a lady lead and Noomi Rapace puts in an awesome performance. Really enjoyed seeing Orlando Bloom in a different role to what I've seen him in before too. This film felt fresh to me. Great plot and the cinematography was artistic, moody and super cool.
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