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"Marvelously riveting" --The New York Times "Scintillating, seductive" --The Washington Post
The thrilling sequel to Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Tell Max it concerns the Sandman…
Both had supposedly outlived their usefulness to the Circus, the British Secret Intelligence Service: George Smiley, the retired head of espionage, and General Vladimir, an aging informant who reported to him. When the general walks into a bullet after sending an urgent message to his old handler, the Circus asks Smiley to "tidy things up." But Smiley hears Vladimir’s message as a call to arms against his nemesis, the Soviet super spy Karla, once again tantalizingly within his grasp.
Alec Guinness reprises the role of British spymaster George Smiley in this gripping sequel to the television masterpiece Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy. Filmed on location in London, Paris, Hamburg, and Berne, Smiley’s People also stars Eileen Atkins, Anthony Bate, Bernard Hepton, Michael Lonsdale, Beryl Reid, Patrick Stewart, and Bill Paterson.
I bought this after seeing the Alex Guinness "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" mini-series.
This is as good as "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy".
Very nice depiction of Le Carre's Smiey and characters. I don't think I saw all of the episodes, when it was first shown, on tv... Read morePublished 1 month ago by R Hood
Excelent TV show!
For a fan of John Le Carre's espionaje thrillers like myself, this Blu-ray presentation of the TV show Smiley,s People based on the book with the same tittle... Read more
Waited years for these to come out. Some of the best thrillers of all time.Published 2 months ago by Stubbie
Great to have this on Blu-ray. Enjoyed every nuance of Alec Guinness' portrayal of Smiley in one of Le Carre's best spy tales.Published 3 months ago by Wabi Savvy
When this series hit the TV in 82 it was a miniseries with commentary by actor Ray Milan during the breaks. This was the unedited version and it was hypnotic. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Peter T. Wolf