Based on the novel of the same name by Howard Kaplan. See more »
Despite taking place in 1989 there are modern cars in the backgrounds of several shots. See more »
I moved to Israel from Germany when I was a child. I did not adjust well. I was sent to more psychiatrists than I could count. I learned how to tell them what they wanted to hear.
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I read the book 3 years before seeing Damascus Cover. The film really does the book justice. The story is compelling as an old fashioned spy story without car bombs , gadgets and bombs going off. Damascus Cover reveals raw feelings of a broken man/operative Ari Ben-Sion masquerading as a German rug salesman Hans Hoffman. Reeling from his son's death and the death of an operative coworker he tried to save, he is used in another operation that isn't what it seems. He becomes bait. We have a harrowing ride through Damascus and the surprise twist ending . I want to see this film again and highly raconmend it.
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