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Billion Dollar BrainDirector: Ken Russell
Based on the novel of the same name by Len Deighton, and the third film in the Harry Palmer film series. Harry Palmer, played by Michael Caine, gets an anonymous job to deliver a package to Helsinki. His employer turns out to be his former friend Leo (Karl Malden). Also the last film to star Françoise Dorléac.
Spies (Restored Authorized Edition)Director: Fritz Lang
Previously seen in the U.S. in a severely truncated form, Fritz Lang's elaborate superspy thriller is at last restored to its proper length. This newly restored edition of Spies is composed of the best surviving 35mm film elements, assembled from archives throughout the world. It is more than 50 minutes longer than any version previously released on video.
The Bureau (Season Two)Director: Eric Rochant, Samuel Collardey, Elie Wajeman, Laila Marrakchi, Helier Cisterne, Antoine Chevrollier
Season 2 of the critically-acclaimed French series The Bureau picks up four months after the end of Season 1. Malotru (Mathieu Kassovitz) has been promoted to Deputy Director of the Bureau and is a newly recruited double-agent for the CIA.
The Falcon and the SnowmanDirector: John Schlesinger
Timothy Hutton (Ordinary People) and Sean Penn (Mystic River) deliver superb performances in a true-story spy thriller that is scathing, arresting and laced with white-knuckle excitement.
OSS 117: Five Film Collection (OSS 117 Is Unleashed / OOSS 117: Panic in Bangkok / OSS 117: Mission For a Killer / OSS 117: Mission to Tokyo / OSS 117: Double Agent) (3-Discs)Director: Andre Hunebelle, Michel Boisrond
Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath, agent OSS 117 is the creation of french writer Jean Bruce. De La Bath is an American of French descent, he first worked for the Office of Strategic Services and later for the C.I.A.
Deutschland 83Director: Samira Radsi, Edward Berger
Emmy Award Winner - Best International Drama: Deutschland 83 is a groundbreaking new series from the producers of the international Emmy award-winning Generation War. It's 1983. The Cold War is hot. Russian SS20 Missiles in East Germany are already pointed West. American Pershing II Missiles will soon be placed in West Germany, pointing East. The threat of nuclear conflict looms.
Spies (2K Digital Restoration)Director: Fritz Lang
Having defined the espionage genre with Dr. Mabuse, the Gambler, Fritz Lang returned to the genre with this surprisingly fast-paced and remarkably grim thriller. Rudolf Kleine-Rogge stars as Haghi, the head of an elaborate criminal empire, and Willy Fritsch is the undercover agent assigned to topple the diabolical king from his throne.