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Johnny Worricker (Bill Nighy) is a long-serving MI5 officer. His boss and best friend Benedict Baron (Michael Gambon) dies suddenly, leaving behind him an inexplicable file, threatening the...

The MI5 analyst Johnny Worricker receives from his boss and his friend since they studied at Cambridge, the Director General of MI5 Benedict Baron, a top secret report also distributed to Jill Tankard and to the Home Secretary Anthea Catcheside. They have an internal meeting and Johnny highlights that on page eight, it is informed that the Prime Minister Alec Beasley knows that the US Government is torturing prisoners in prisons around the world. Baron cannot disclose his source, but if the information is correct, the Prime Minister has not informed the MI5. Meanwhile Johnny befriends his next door neighbor, the political activist Nancy Pierpan, whose brother was murdered by the Israeli army holding a white flag. When Baron dies of heart attack at home with his wife, Johnny suspects that the death of his friend may not have been an accident. He also finds the file on Nancy's brother. Now Johnny has to decide his next move.


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