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Hidden Agenda (1998)
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Starring: Kevin Dillon, Christopher Plummer, Andrea Roth, J.T. Walsh, Michael Wincott
Director: Iain Paterson
Category: Suspense / Thriller
Studio: MTI Home Video
Subtitles:
Spanish
Length:
101 mins

 
 

 

Nothing Is More Dangerous Than The Truth

When David McLean (Kevin Dillon) arrives to meet his brother Michael in Berlin, he is stunned to discover Michael has been killed-the victim it seems of a fatal accident. Unconvinced by the official line on his brother's death, the young American's suspicions are further aroused when a mysterious young woman approaches him offering to buy a computer disk that belonged to Michael.

Convinced the disk may hold the answers he is looking for, David refuses to give it up and at once finds himself drawn into a world of espionage and murder, involving the CIA and former agents of the STASI - Berlin's notorious secret police.

 
 
   
   

 
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