Feef Symonds is a young British training to become a spy overseas when WWII ends and her aspiration of living an exciting life full of purpose ends. She is then approached by her American lover, who is working for the American intelligence. He recruits her to Work fo the Americans as she becomes a civil servant secretary in order to find Russian moles, which they believe infiltrated the British govermemt. Pressure rapidly grows as alliances are tested and she learns that in the spying game you cannot really trust anyone.Written by
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Strong start with disappointing ending
I really liked the show's first 2 episodes and till some extent episode 3 also was quite intriguing. However, since episode 4 you'll find loosing interest in the show, maybe not enough to leave the series then and there but certainly, you wont be fascinated to watch every second of the show. The ending was simple and was hurried into. I think there was no proper closure between the characters. The acting was also not out of the world and can be said as just justifying what role demanded and not over and above.
As a suggestion, if you watch alot of tv shows and take it quite seriously, dont waste your time on this show.
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