Astolidly antiquated, rather bafflingly outrageous spy-story cut romantic tale is the thing that this creaky film offers, coordinated by Sharim Sharif and adjusted by the chief from her own 2004 novel. It highlights difficult acting and coordinating, and a screenplay whose disclosures are uninteresting, even were they not guessable long ahead of time. It resemble Jeffrey Archer with a turn.
The time allotment flashes forward and backward between the mid 60s and the mid 90s. In frosty war America, driven youthful Russian representative Sacha (Sam Reid) has touched base with an exchange designation, wanting to abscond.