"If I had to choose
between betraying my country and betraying my friend, I hope I
should have the guts to betray my country."
Moscow 1987, the cold
war begins to thaw. After declining his offer for more than 30
years England's greatest living novelist Graham Greene is finally
permitted to meet his old MI6 boss, Kim Philby, Britain's greatest
ever spy… and traitor.
Under the watchful eye
of Kim's Russian wife, the two men set about catching up on old
times. With a new world order breaking around them how much did the
writer of The Third Man know about Philby's secret life as a spy?
Did the Red Spy Philby betray his friend as well as his
…and who is
listening-in in the room next door?
From the writer and
director of the award-winning West End hit play 'Three Days in May'
which inspired the Oscar Winning film 'Darkest Hour'. Ben Brown's
coruscating new political drama explores an unlikely friendship.
Yet a friendship woven of deceit as well as