Bradford Dillman in a dilly of a movie with the late Suzy Parker.
The story concerns itself with British intelligence choosing someone they know will crack under Nazi torture and divulge secrets that will be false i...展开n nature pertaining to the D-Day invasion.
Naturally, the female (Parker) falls for our hero.(Dillman) Of course, Dillman surprises all by surviving the brutal torture. The picture was torture by itself, watching the torturing sequences was even worse. The worst part was that the suicide pill wasn't supposed to work so Dillman had to endure more. Poor Dillman. Poor audience.
This film at best is slow moving and tedious in many ways.