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The Cold War that took place between the Soviet Union and the west (especially Britain and the US) during the 1950s and 60s inspired a number of moody and stylish spy movies - and A Dandy in Aspic is one of the most enjoyable. The movie tells the story of a Russian double agent named Eberlin who is working for the British intelligence services - or at least appears to be. But his double-life is threatened when the British ask that he assassinate a KGB agent - because that agent is himself!
One of the best paranoid political conspiracy thrillers that were very popular in the early to mid-1970s.
16+ years 97 mins
It's 1970s Cold War Britain and someone is leaking secrets to the Russians. Cue a tangled web of lies, deceit and creeping paranoia.
14+ years 122 mins
An advertising executive is forced to go on the run after being mistaken for a spy and framed for murder in Alfred Hitchcock’s thriller.
11+ years 130 mins
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