Friday, October 19 - Sunday, October 21, 2012
“Spy thriller in which Paul Newman’s defecting scientist is followed to East Berlin by his troubled fiancée/assistant (Julie Andrews), unaware that he is playing a double agent game… a dissection of the limits of domestic trust, as Andrews’ doubts about Newman’s fidelity (to her, to the American Way) hinder his undercover mission in pursuit of an Eastern bloc MacGuffin.” – Time Out (London)
- Year 1966
- Running Time 128 minutes
- Director Alfred Hitchcock
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