In Stoppard's "LeCarrecature, Rupert Purvis jumps off a bridge onto a dog, and causes problems for Blair, his superior at MI5. And Blair must convince Hogbin, the agent who's been tailing Purvis, of which side Purvis is really on--once he finds out what it is.
Did You Know?
The title of the movie is a quote delivered by the main character of the novel 'The Painted Veil' written by W. Somerset Maugham
. Maugham is quoting Oliver Goldsmith's ironic poem "An Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog" (1766) See more