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This review is from: Spies of Warsaw [DVD] (DVD)
I am surprised Alan Furst's brand-protection team let this be made, let alone shown. The characters are about as realistic as toshed 13mm MDF, the dialogue, mannerisms, attitudes, costumes, locations are all unbelievably snazzy and the 1939 location shots smack of EasyJet ("destination? ...oh, I dunno, where's cheapest this afternoon").
Utterly unconvincing and somewhat tiresome to watch. Dad's Army is more convincingly atmospheric.
BBC: don't waste another penny of my licence fee on the rest of Furst's formulaic robo-write, please!