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Andy De Emmony
The most boring and cheap looking spy series every made
This is a miscast cheaply made boring WWII spy movie/TV series. The scenes are so limited - the same courtyard street or forest. Hardly show any parts of recognizable Warsaw at all.
David Tennant is hardly a dashing spy - he looks like an owl with his blank staring eyes.
Janet Montgomery is quite pretty but she can't make up for this dud.
The supporting cast looks like the least photogenic of all BBC British actors and actresses. The accents are inconsistent - the French sound like British. The Germans speak in German with subtitles even though the Polish characters are speaking in English. Why bother? There just isn't enough story - and the screenplay is boring. The editing spends long periods on uneventful scenes and dialog. A dull book and a dull series.
Don't waste your time.
This dud should never have been made.
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