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Third Falcon (2013)

Roger Harris, stationed in Tallinn, and working to compile a European cyber defence codebook, has disappeared on a trip to St.Petersburg. Peter Quayle, attached to the British Embassy, ... See full summary »

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Robbie Moffat

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Robbie Moffat
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Suzanne Kendall ... Tilda Robbins
Paul Cassidy ... Peter Quayle
Chris Bearne ... Roger Harris
Jon-Paul Gates ... Valery Korobov
Darren Sean Enright Darren Sean Enright ... Sergei Seranski
Charlotte Radford ... Gert Raudsepp
Beatrice Curnew Beatrice Curnew ... Betina Gittens
Hannah Mercer Hannah Mercer ... Muriel Mackey
Gabrielle Scharnitzky ... Marta Kass
Romet Koser Romet Koser ... Raigo
Lucia Edwards ... Tiia
Reet Raudsepp Reet Raudsepp ... Liisu Ramet
Margus Vaher Margus Vaher ... Sander Ramet
Pascal Isnard Pascal Isnard ... Lou Pascal
Andres Raudsepp Andres Raudsepp ... Paavo
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Roger Harris, stationed in Tallinn, and working to compile a European cyber defence codebook, has disappeared on a trip to St.Petersburg. Peter Quayle, attached to the British Embassy, believes Roger has defected. Tilda Robbins, posing as an art historian, but sent by JSC in Brussels, arrives to find Rogerâ€s secretary Muriel packing her bags. She has been intimidated by ethnic Russian-Estonian dissidents to disclose information on Roger and is leaving the country. Tilda tries to dissuade her, but to no avail. Left to fend for herself, Tilda visits the Cyber Defence centre and interviews Bettina Gittens, the last person to see Roger. On the way back - she is forced to pull over by Peter Quayle who introduces himself as MI6. He warns her of Russiaâ€s future intention of re-occupying Estonia and why the country is vital to European Union security. Tracked by the Kapo (Estonian secret police) and by SVR (Russian intelligence), Tilda sets out to find Roger and the code-book,...

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Thriller

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The Russians are coming
12 November 2014 | by bob-158-706946See all my reviews

What I liked about this spy movie set in Estonia is that it shows why Russians don't want missiles in their back yard. Espionage in this film is low key, more Third Man than Jason Bourne. It seems real that a hapless investigator would be sent from Brussels to find a missing MI6 agent rather than James Bond. The fact that she is female gives the movie a harmless feel until things start to go wrong. Sure, there are some strange moments like when they find themselves in an Estonian theater, but that somehow had echoes of The Thirty Nine Steps. It seems that there are also elements of The Maltese Falcon with the plotting, and a scene that could have been stolen from Casablanca that is an entertaining interlude, but at the end of it all, Third Falcon has its own message for our times. The Russians are coming, and Europe is not ready to stop them. Interesting film.


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Estonia

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English

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21 May 2013 (France) See more »

Filming Locations:

Viljandi, Estonia

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