A Different Loyalty
In January 1963, British journalist Leo Cauffield suddenly disappears from his home in Beirut. His wife Sally knew that he was working part-time for British intelligence, but was not prepared to be told by the British embassy that they suspect he has defected to Communist Russia. As his wife puts together the pieces of the mysterious jigsaw of the past, tracking her passionate relationship with her husband and his history as former head of MI6’s counter-espionage section, her relentless search for the truth takes her to London, New York and finally Moscow.
- Stars:Sharon Stone, Rupert Everett, Julian Wadham, Michael Cochrane, Anne Lambton, Jim Piddock, Richard McMillan, Mimi Kuzyk, Emily VanCamp, Tamara Hope, Mark Rendall, Damir Andrei, John Bourgeois, Sonja Smits, Edward Hibbert,
- Country:Canada, UK, USA, Malta
- Director:Marek Kanievska,
- Writer:Jim Piddock
Leo Cauffield, chief of British counterespionage, fails by a whisker to arrest two fellow Cambridge-graduated spies who just manage to defect to Moscow, resigns and becomes a journalist. In... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Different Loyalty torrent reviews
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(es) wrote: A moderately interesting perspective that goes nowhere and is subpar until the very end.
(us) wrote: mark paul gosselaar and tom everett are good actors worked well together
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(ca) wrote: Disney is back with a solid film with many laughs and good visuals. I like the hamster the most.
(de) wrote: disaster. acting is some of the worst I've ever seen