The Fourth Protocol (1987)

Release Date: 21 May 2007 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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Cold War thriller adapted by Frederick Forsyth from his own bestseller. When Soviet spy Valeri Petrofsky (Pierce Brosnan) is charged with bringing about the demise of NATO, he decides his best bet is to detonate an American nuclear bomb at a British air base. The only man who can stand in his way is veteran counter-espionage expert John Preston (Michael Caine), but he must fight the opposition of his bosses before they agree to take the threat seriously.

Photo gallery, Featurette including interviews with Frederick Forsythe, Pierce Brosnan and Michael Caine, Original theatrical trailer
Release Date: 21 May 2007
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over

Region 2
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Wide Screen
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 114 minutes
Production Year: 1987
Main Language: English

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Enjoyable spy thriller with a good cast

Caine doing an upmarket Harry Palmer against Brosnan's Russian spy works a treat. You can see the makings of James Bond in his performance. Irritating point; if Caine hadn't used an expletive one minute from the end of the movie it could have been a '12' for most of the family. (Same problem with Billy Elliot)



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