Before he can sell it to a foreign power, the IMF force must trick a treasonous scientist into revealing the whereabouts of a cache of nuclear material by convincing him he is now living 28 years after nuclear war has devastated the country.
Did You Know?
The mysterious "Haig"(the man who the plutonium from Collins) was probably named after actor Sid Haig, who played underlings to several Mission: Impossible bad guys during the entire run of the series. See more
There were two problems with the staged nuclear strike. The first was the sound of the incoming missiles - ICBMs travel at supersonic speeds, meaning that they would reach their targets before the sound of their shock wave would arrive. The second was the flash and Collins' reaction to it. As a scientist working with weapons-grade fissionable material, he should have known that by the time the flash of a nuclear explosion reaches a viewer it is already too late to shield one's eyes. See more
The rest of it will be in your Swiss bank account. Where is the... material?
The exact same location I showed you last year.