A CIA interrogator is lured into a ruse that puts London at risk of a biological attack.
To stop the terror. They must fight the conspiracy.
Did You Know?
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 Carol Reed's movie The Third Man, or Sydney Pollack's Three Days of the Condor (centered on a plot), but also of more contemporary genre works, like the Jason Bourne saga.
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
When Ed Romley (Brian Caspe) briefs Bob Hunter's CIA team about the kidnapping of Lateef, he states that "the kidnappers used an A300 WinMag (.300 Winchester Magnum) round fired from an AT308-C sniper rifle".
However, he instead accompanies this with an on-screen image of the Accuracy International PM (Precision Marksman) rifle, aka the British L96 Arctic Warfare, which is a vastly different looking rifle to the actual AT308. The AT308 is also *not* produced under an exclusive contract with British intelligence services, as Romley states, but rather is sold law enforcement and civilian use worldwide. See more
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Remixed and Arranged by Rich Cooper
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