Duncan Falconer (the author of the Stratton series) is a former member of the British SBS, a special forces unit of the UK and equivalent of the SAS. Falconer was active during the Falklands war and worked with Intelligence in Northern Ireland. See more »
Cummings receives an envelope addressed to SIS (MI6) at "Westminster Cross", with a postcode indicating Paddington and Bayswater. SIS is actually based at Vauxhall Cross in Lambeth. See more »
What is this Cummings?
This? This is absolution
[turns his gun on himself]
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This film tells the story of a group of British and American intelligence officers, who carries out a secret mission to stop a man's plot of destroying a Court using weapon of mass destruction.
"Stratton" is a mainstream film, and it's a risk averse investment by the film producers. The characters are generic, the plot is formulaic and predictable, but it does entertain and help to kill time. It's not memorable, but it's not bad either.
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