Muy buena pelicula
Propaganda antirusa y pesada como el plomo.
Todo correcto, Menudo panfleto de palomitas y paciencia. Previsible y paternalista. No la recomiendo ni a mi peor "Enemigo" Jejej
Beyond being a film that carries great historical value, it's also an engrossing and full-bodied spy thriller, kept in a visual style that's always in exact harmony with the times that it depicts. Though Jack Strong clearly draws inspiration from similar American genre features, it transcends far beyond what's common in Polish cinema, and for that it definitely needs to be praised.
Playing like a real-life John Le Carre espionage yarn, this handsome Eurothriller tells the dramatic true story of Ryszard Kuklinski, a Polish colonel and anti-Soviet spy who passed thousands of top-secret military documents to NATO between 1972 and 1981. Co-financed by the Polish Film Institute, Jack Strong is a solid addition to the ever-growing canon of films in which former Eastern Bloc nations reflect on their troubled Communist past. With its secret gadgets, poison pills and furtive assignations in snowy graveyards, it is also an enjoyable throwback to the cloak-and-dagger heroics of classic Cold War cinema.