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The allure of Hollywood brings with it visions of posh parties, hobnobbing with the rich and famous, awards shows, and dressing up to the nines. There used to be a time when only powerful entertainment moguls could put their money into movie-making ventures; but, not anymore. Indeed, there may be a way for you to get in on the action and invest in the potential success of this film. For more information on investments to the project and how you can benefit from it please fill out this form.

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Short Summary
The documentary supports and illustrates a popular assertion that Vienna, the Austrian capital, has been playing a role of a true world spy capital for the last hundred years and more.

The script covers the period from 1910 starting with the (in)famous espionage case of Colonel Alfred Redl, who rose to head the counterintelligence department of the General Staff of the Austro-Hungarian Army at the same time being a "mole" spying for the Russians. When uncovered, Redl committed suicide in May 1913.

The film ends with the 2010 exchange in the Vienna International airport of the group of ten Russian agents who had operated in the United States to four Western intelligence assets imprisoned in Russia, including Colonel Sergey Skripal, a double agent who had worked for both the Russian military intelligence and the British Secret Service (SIS or MI6). Nine spy episodes are presented in the film.

The Living Daylights, a 1987 James Bond movie featuring the Austrian capital - may be a valuable historical record, but espionage is a serious business and is very much a reality in today's Austria, as our film shows.


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Risks & Challenges
When you are shooting a spy documentary - not a spy thriller like Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation with Tom Cruise "cruising" over the Vienna State Opera - there ae always risks and challenges. A spy handler can recognise himself (or herself) from the footage meeting a contact in the Rosengarten or collecting documents from a dead-letter box. Spies posing as diplomates may occasionally be filmed consuming lunch with sources delivering classified information. A secret agent could be filmed walking on a narrow side street, known here as "gasse" or "weg", while he or she pretends to be another person, in another country, with another partner. This is of course something that we cannot be responsible for and these are risks and challenges that we must foresee and be aware of beforehand.





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A physical DVD

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Shooting script

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Exclusive after-party

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Red carpet premiere in Vienna

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A signed copy