Nice-looking but predictable and unpersuasive attempt to recreate the kind of "rousing entertainment" that was a Hollywood staple back in the 1940s.
Linda Voss (Melanie Griffith) is a half-Jewish, half-Irish working girl from Queens, New York. The year is 1940 and Hitler is sweeping across Europe. Plucky Linda is driven by two fantasies: to rescue her Jewish relatives in Berlin and to convince her boss, lawyer Ed Leland (Michael Douglas), that
she is both his intellectual and romantic equal. After Ed is revealed as as a high-ranking colonel in the Office of Strategic Services, she gets her chance. Fluent in German and thoroughly versed in German customs and mann...