Hidden Agenda (1999)

Director
Iain Paterson

Main cast
Kevin Dillon; Andrea Roth; J. T. Walsh; Christopher Plummer

Genres
Mystery, Action, Crime

Description
A young medical student travels to Berlin to investigate the apparent death of his brother and discovers a secret life of espionage, betrayal and murder at the highest levels.


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