Mercier escapes his German captors and travels to Czechoslovakia to meet the contact the elderly Rozens - whom he helped to defect - gave him,Professor Julius Halbach. Having being given money and a ...
[All trivia items for this title are spoilers.]
See more »
The car chasing the escaping train with the secret items (towards the end) was a Citroen Light 15 (Traction Avant) "Big Boot". This model was only introduced in 1952. (See Wikipedia or Citroen Classic Car bibliography ) See more »
Piece of good, bright entertainment.
Some people say that series is boring, cliché and poorly written, but I don't think so. I had a lot of fun watching "Spies of Warsaw". It has everything required to make interesting thing: good cast and quite good script, pretty locations and some action. Not too much, because it's not typical action movie and shouldn't be considered as one of them. Maybe that's why some people were disappointed with that series. Stories about spies, these more realistic ones, aren't so attractive like James Bond movies... It doesn't mean that "Spies of Warsaw" isn't interesting picture, of course. Even when it has weaker moments, good acting of both English and Polish actors (David Tennant! Marcin Dorociński! Mirosław Zbrojewicz!) lets you forget about it.
I hope that it's not the last co-production of BBC and TVP. That combination seems to have a lot of potential and it definitely shouldn't be wasted.
41 of 45 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this