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David Tennant and Janet Montgomery star in this classic tale of intrigue, espionage and romance, based on the novels of Alan Furst and adapted by Dick Clement & Ian La Frenais.
A German engineer arrives in Warsaw. Tonight, he will be with his Polish mistress; tomorrow, at a workers bar in the city's factory district, where he will meet with Colonel Mercier in a backstreet cafe. Information is be exchanged for money.
Mercier loathes the niceties of Ambassadorial lunches, cocktail parties and banquets of a world not yet at war, but one in which the martial drums can be heard ever more insistently in the background. They take on an altogether more interesting shape when he meets the enigmatic and beautiful Anna Skarbek.
While secretly observing Panzer exercising in the Black Forest, Mercier sees a simple trick performed with a length of pipe strapped across a car and draws his own conclusions about exactly what it is the Nazis are planning.
When the Nazis find out what he's been doing, his own life becomes their target.
David Tennant and Janet Montgomery star in this classic tale of spies, intrigue and romance, based on the novels of Alan Furst and adapted by Dick Clement & Ian La Frenais.
Warsaw 1938; Colonel Jean Francois Mercier (Tennant) is a French Military Attache in Warsaw. He is also a spy on a mission, which takes him undercover to Czechoslovakia, on the trail of the elusive 'Chaika', a man who can lead him into the heart of the Nazi war machine.
Meanwhile back in Warsaw, Anna Skarbek (Montgomery), his erstwhile mistress, is devastated by news of her ex-lover and political refugee and journalist Maxim Mostov. Heartbroken, she flees to Spain on a League of Nations mission of mercy.
As the Nazi storm clouds gather over Europe, dashing Polish Colonel Antoni Pakulskiundertakes his own mission that goes to the heart of protecting the very future of Poland itself.