Not to mention Franciosa's fancy and expensive 1968 Hollywood haircut. Actors' willingness or unwillingness to have their hair styled appropriately for period films is a good tip-off to how seriously they view the whole project. See more »
In Enemy Country is an OK time filler about undercover agents trying to stop the Germans from developing a super torpedo during WWII. The action is a bit bland for much of the picture, but the final sequence is quite taut. Anthony Franciosca heads the cast and delivers a tolerable performance, but he lacks the range of expression to do anything really interesting with the role. Anyone who is interested in WWII will probably enjoy it, and anyone who likes impossible mission flicks set deep behind enemy lines will be well satisfied.
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