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The Spy is a film of genre Thriller released in USA on 6 june 2012 with Fiodor Bondartchouk

The Spy (2012)

The Spy
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Released in USA 6 june 2012
Length 1h40
Genres Thriller,    Action,    Adventure
Rating54% 2.7003952.7003952.7003952.7003952.700395

Spy (Russian: Шпион) is a 2012 Russian spy film, an adaptation of Boris Akunin's novel The Spy Novel (Шпионский роман). It was directed by Alexey Andrianov, and starred Danila Kozlovsky and Fyodor Bondarchuk. Akunin adapted his own novel. It had one of the largest film budgets in Russian history.


The movie is set in the year 1941, months before German invasion of Russia. Two protagonists, KGB officers Dorin and Oktyabrsky, are hunting a German spy in Moscow. They believe their success might reveal Hitler's plans and the exact date of invasion.


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