In 2008, almost two decades after the Cold War was officially consigned to the history books, an average American guy helped to bring down a top Russian spy based at the United Nations. He had no formal espionage training. Everything he knew about spying he'd learned from books, films, video games and TV. And yet, he ended up at the centre of a highly successful counterintelligence operation that targeted Russian espionage in America.
What members say
Thankfully it's over
Story just doesn't have enough activity in it to sustain interest. Was expecting either comedy or insight into the amateur spy game. In truth all I took out of it was the inane thoughts of a neurotic guy who is frustrated at not being a real spy. One word description - 'boring'.